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Krell 2250 was operating well .. Suddenly left channel stopped .. checked the fuses all ok .. Any idea. ?

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Try subbing out another newer speaker for the left one ? if sound returns then that older speaker is defective .

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You will need to use the pre-outs on the receiver to hook up your amplifier. I am trying to verify if that model even has pre-outs for the front channels, many do. You will be able to tell quicker than I can by just looking for outputs labeled pre-out for the front channels. Just use the cables you have to attach the Krell amp to those pre-outs and you will be good to go. Let me know if you are unable to locate them... the receiver may not be designed to do that..

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SOURCE: Where I get a blown fuse on the left channel of my Krell KSA 300 amplifier

http://www.manualslib.com/manual/90296/Krell-Industries-Ksa-100s.html?page=18#manual Look on page 18

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