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Volume goes down to nothing

After I turn the receiver on about 10 seconds volume fades down to nothing and there is a click in the receiver

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Hi, the problem of your receiver is in the amplifier section the idle current is not working that is why the volume fades and the protection relay click to avoid further trouble of your receiver,you need repair technician to solve your problem.

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