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Old 10-15-2020, 05:50 AM   #1
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Default Amp-powered speaker popping cause for concern?

It only happens with my front right speaker, maybe once every hour. I know it's the AV receiver because I've already replaced the speaker cable, lifted the speaker cable away from power cables/power brick and switched the speakers. It always happens with the front right one. I'm planning to order some spray contact cleaner called "Hosa D5S-6 CAIG DeoxIT" and spray on some of the internal components. What else can I do?
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