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AG-790 teac Twice now my receiver has gone from 23 to max volume for no reason I'm afraid to go anywhere and leave my system on rodsue@sympatico.ca

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  • oakscapes Feb 07, 2009

    I too have the same problem with the sound shooting up to 100!!!! Frightend the bejesus out of me,thankfully no damage was done to my speakers only to my nerves!...No idea what is going on there,i'm about to contact TEAC for a possible solution.

  • c_jaffray May 24, 2009

    I have a similar problem, I'm not sure it was from volum 23, but it just shot up to maximum for apparently no reason.



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Same problem here. My first receiver was doing this, sent it back, and the second did it again. So I remembered an article regarding remotes and florecent lights. I covered up the remote sensor on the face of the receiver and so far no problem. A piece of tape about 1" square was used and so far no problems. jeffspeakers@aol.com

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Mine does the same thing also, i now have fuses on all my speakers so the fuses blow before the speakers blow, and that has semed to work, great i also fhave tape of the remote sensor with tape ant that has helped.

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