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After 5 min. working time(5 min after the receiver was switched on) the sound from the left speaker disappear.(no matter which surround mode i use). Any idea?Thanks

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The simplest way to trouble shoot is to swap the speaker connections at the back of the amplifier. If the problem follows the speaker than a connection, possibly internal to the speaker fails as the speaker warms up(voice coil).
If this swap indicates that the amplifier is the problem swap the channel inputs to confirm that it is internal to the amplifier. Also try a different source to confirm it is not the output of the source.

If not, than the amplifier would appear to have a problem. This would most likely require a qualified technician to repair.

Tthese amps are robust and you may have to choose an alternative speaker pair(example sub-room or speaker set 2) to maintain the set up you have. Also a internally shorted speaker may have the impedance low forcing an output protection feature.
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