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SA8 5.1 receiver overload comes on with no sound

For a time I only heard sound on the left if I powered up then dropped back to normal listening levels. Now the overload comes on with no sound whatsoever. I removed all the incoming wires to see if there was one shorting out but no change. Is it worth fixing?

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Try checking your fuse if it overloaded then it probably blew it

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