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No sound! TEAC receiver no longer produces any sound. Unit turns on but that is it. It appears there is no power going to the Speaker Hookups on the back. Short circuit? I looked for a fuse of sorts inside but could not find anything. There is no spark coming to the speaker wires so I assume there is some short circuit that took place. Any thoughts?? thanks.. HManTx

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SOURCE: I have a TEAC AG-500

hi there.

try checking and correcting the connections. see and fix any possible loose connections or connectors on the receiver, also check the wire quality

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a teac AG

I have the same-just talked to TEAC last week, if fuses(two 5 amp glass ones inside housing-just remove screws on back after un-plugging 120v power) on the LSR-1008 subwoofer are blown, it may be failed relays. I replaced my fuses, both blew w/in 5 seconds. Called TEAC today, relays are NOT available alone and are solder connected; however, complete new circuit board is plug in, part #APE000515-0001 at $47.69 plus shipping. Verify #s and price with TEAC, but now I must decide if it's important to keep this sub, or if another at around 60$ on Ebay is a better bet. Good luck!

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Teac AG-V8525 Stopped producing sound. Has legend says "protect"

hit reset button back of receiver

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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if this is also ok then it could be an internal problem which could be only solved in a service center by a qualified service personnel.

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