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Harmon Kardon Receiver BUZZ

I have a Harmon Kardon receiver for my home theater system. I just started hearing a consistent BUZZ coming out of all the speakers. The buzz does not change with the volume. It is heard with the cable on, a DVD playing or with the Playstation on. I dissambled my system and isolated the buzz actually coming from the receiver :-( Does any one have any suggestions as to what the problem could be?? Much appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2008

    Same problem. Sometimes the noise will gradually comes after warm-up, sometimes it`s intermittent and sometimes it works fine.

    Also, my front display has been getting dimmer all the time and now I can't read it in daylight.

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2009

    We have the same problem. The buzzing comes out of all four speakers and we too have declared it's the receiver not the speakers...cause when speakers hooked up to a different system they are fine. If anyone has a solution PLEASE do tell. The buzzing is very annoying.

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My receiver started having same problem after about 2 years from install. Any ideas?

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

  • Mark in MN Dec 28, 2009

    solutino was to RESET reciever. Simple. put in standby mode (orange light), hold tone and FM buttons in at same time for three seconds. Thats it. buzz gone.

  • mark90148
    mark90148 Nov 06, 2012

    Dude, that is awesome. RESET fixed the hum I heard in 5.1. THANK YOU!

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