I have a Harman/Kardon AVR 325. Left speaker not working with TV
I have a Harman/Kardon AVR 325. It was working fine for the past 3 years. While listening to digital cable TV (Comcast) I only get sound out of Right front speaker. Everything works with DVD, VHS, AM/FM radio.
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How is TV audio (from the cable box) getting into the Receiver? If digitally, you wouldn't be missing any one channel on a connection malfunction, you'd lose them all. If analog, swap the channels around to isolate the problem (and reconsider using digital).
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The inputs may be assignable on the Harman Kardon. Make sure you have selected the proper analog or digital input type for the cable you are using. For more information, or should you have further questions, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. You may contact me directly through the website. Thank you.
Your high-fidelity equipment should get TV-related audio from the same place the TV gets it - Cable, DVD, BD or Sat. A digital feed each of them will carry TRUE Dolby Digital audio. There is little sense in diluting TV-related audio through a TV and it's marginal audio electronics that are usually limited to analog stereo.
Fans are typically not serviceable. They die, they get replaced. Maybe you could look inside it and see if it has dust on it, possibly unbalancing it. Then you could assess the scope of removing it yourself. My guess is the fan may be a common variety available at Radio Shack, unless it has an internal sensor circuit for temperature or rotation speed.
I have the same problem also. Customer service told me to double check
all my cable wires to make sure there is no short. Heck I just went
ahead and unplugged all the speaker wires and then it was fine. I
replaced all speaker wires and it worked for a couple days but its
starting up again. i did the hard reset like the manual told me to do
but the same problem.
Thats what customer support told me to do. They said it could be because its going into a safe mode. Mine is just shutting down no matter what sound is coming out of the tv or movie.