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Only the Front Right Channel is working.

I've switched the speakers to check what the problem may be but it looks like the amp speaker channels are not working apart from the front right channel. What could be the issue? Fuses maybe? Please advice. Thank you, Harmeet.

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    when using mcaa the right front speaker channel has wea signal

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It sounds like to me the transistors might be out in it they are on the heat sink inside check to see if there are any ones blown

Posted on Jul 29, 2007

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