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CHECK THE ALL THE CABLES (RCA) .
i think missing ground sheeld .
or smoothing capacitors are leak.or power output section faulty.
can you poen the cover and check circuit board get wet anyhow,
nuwan

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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