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No sound I try to change inputs (video 1/2/3/4 etc...)and all i get on the receiver diplay is sio error and no sound. But sometimes it will decide to work. (The receiver is dust free inside)

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Sounds like you have an intermittant problem? Couyld be as simple as cold solder connections, as this is very common on older recivers and electronics. if your not a tech\, this is not a repair for you to play with as it can cause more damage to the unit. if you dont care with the unit open and if you know how to solder , tap around with an insulated tool or a wooden tool and see if you can get the probl;em to happen , If you see the problem connection REMEMBER you must know how to solder as well as desolder. If you dont know how to solder , take the unit into a shop to be repaiered. good Luck

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