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No sound. The power is on and the amplier will switch between function, but there is no sound. This just happened after years of excellent performance.

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It probably needs a new fuse to be insatalled. I did this once and all i takes is (unscrewing) lifting off the top of the unit and the fuse holder is near the back at the top of the unit. Just take it out and bring it to a Wal-Mart Home department (or any place selling fuses) and they can help you find a replacement fuse. Really easy do-it-yourself fix for cheap.

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PS did you just experience a power surge?

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Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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