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AV-2 surround receiver. No sound

I haven't used the system for a few months. Now there is no audio when set for CD, Turner or Radio. I only get sound when trying the test pattern. Also is there a directory for Nakamichi service in the NYC area. Thanks

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  • jrserin216 Sep 12, 2008

    You know what they say there are no silly questions. You are the best and I have egg on my face. Thanks, thanks, and thanks. One last silly question. Do they still sell the remote for the av-2. Mine is not working and yes I changed the batteries.

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This may sound silly, but make sure that the tape monitor switch is not turned on. If it is not, let me know and we'll look elsewhere.

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