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Doesn't sound the right amp to me. Sounds like maybe a bad speaker cable termination. The speaker cable that started out connected to the right channel and then was moved to the left channel. You said the static "shifted to the left channel".
If the right channel amp was the problem, then after you switched the speaker cables the static would still be in the right channel.
Thanks for the reply. That makes more sense than what I must have been thinking yesterday when I posted my response. LOL, I don’t know what I was thinking yesterday.
There is one other thing you might check with the right amp. I assume the amps use an AC power IEC male inlet connector. Make sure the right channel power cord IEC female connector is plugged, pushed, all the way onto the male connector making a good electrical contact, connection. A loose AC power connection might/could cause static if any arcing is taking place caused by a loose connection. Just a thought.