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I suddenly have no sound in my tx-sr505. Any suggestions on how to fix? Is there a way to reset the system?

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SOURCE: Hum in Onkyo TX-SR505

Try to check the cables connectors maybe loose or cold solder this a common problem also,or buy a branded cables if it hum again.

Hope it may help you;

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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