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Cannot get sound from center SL and SR speakers...FL and FR speakers and sub work fine...

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Find the menu on the reciver. there will be adjustments for each speaker. if not that. change it to a different sound setting like cinama,rock,surround,movie,ext. try each one differ setting use differ speakers

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