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No sound, coming from right speaker, on Sanyo CE32LD47-? Any

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No sound, coming from right speaker, on Sanyo CE32LD47-b?
Any ideas?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Home Cinema System
Expert:  p0llinate replied 2 years ago.
Nathan :

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Sorry to hear you’re having trouble.

Nathan :

Does this happen on all inputs/sources (cable/satellite, dvd, game, media/apps, etc)?

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.

It happens with any input device, but is always fine if I listen through headphones.

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Nathan

Expert:  p0llinate replied 2 years ago.
Thanks for the info,
That would indicate an internal hardware problem, meaning that either there is a bad right channel output stage on the amplifier circuit, or the right speaker itself is bad.
In either case, while it could be fixed, it is typically not practical to do so. You could end up paying nearly as much to have it fixed as you would to buy a whole new tv.
As an alternative, you'd be better off using an external audio system. This could be anything from a set of basic powered computer speakers to a soundbar or a full size surround system.
Example: http://amzn.to/1M0QXqo
Or of course you could just continue using it with headphones as well, but you'd want the external system if others use the system at the same time as you're using the headphones.
Nathan
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