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    Default Monitor 5JR trouble

    I'm clueless about speakers. I've had a pair of 5jr's for years and recently one speaker's volume works fine, but the other speaker's volume output is very low. Could this be a receiver problem or maybe just the speaker? Any help would be appreciated.

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    Swap speaker wires to see if it follows the channel that is low. That will tell you if it is the speaker or receiver.

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    sounds like a receiver problem.. but if your 5jr's have a fuse on the rear, check that too to be sure it's not blown.

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    After swapping speakers.Put the good speakers tweeter in the bad speaker How far was the volume knob turned up??

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