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No sound I have no sound from my pioneer sx-315s. The speakers have been tested and they are fine.

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I just fixed mine. Plug in your head phone. wait couple of seconds. you will hear clicking noise which seems to reset the receiver. 10seconds later, sounds should come on and if not unplug the head phone and you should hear it then.

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