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Turned on my system, but it was on very loud, it played a few secods then it sounded like it blew, now one speaker isnt doeing anything and the other just makes a thump every few seconds

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You have a serious problem with the amp circuit, you will be best served to not turn it on anymore and take it to a service center where a qualified technician can diagnose the problem with some certainty.

These units are not easy to work on and if not repaired properly they can even cause a fire or electric shock.

I have been repairing these types of units for over 18 years and highly recommend the use of a professional. If it is a good receiver, it will be worth it. You never gave the model number, so I can not just guess at what the problem may be. It can be different for every model. It also take the proper tools to be able to troubleshoot these units.

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