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Onkyo Tx-SR55 My Onkyo TX-SR55 Front speaker right channel is not working properly, everything works fine except for the right front speaker, it hums and crakles. HELLLLP.......

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Did you swap the left from speaker with the left front?
if still crackels after that them you have bad left output.

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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