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Clicking Noise and sound coming in and out!

When I turn the volume up the sound cuts in and out and makes a clicking noise ...but the power doesn't go out!

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The speaker outlet connectors are very close to each other - if there is a short circuit between L & R channel terminals his will cause exactly the symptoms you describe when volume is increased

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