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Sound from digital input(s cut out

Audio from both the coax and optical inputs cuts out after a few minutes. The audio from the coax cuts after 1-2 minutes while the audio from the optical cuts out after 5-10 minutes - this occurs on all four of the digital inputs. All the analog audio inputs operate fine. The fan does not ever seem to turn on either - but I have refrained from leaving the receiver on for extended periods of time. I bought this unit refurbished around 6 years ago and quit using it a years ago when this problem occurred - my main concern is that the repair cost would equal that of a new comparable unit.

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You are probably correct. The input switcher IC or the power supply feeding the Optical switcher is most likly got a problem. The cost to diagnoise a problem like this could cost you with a repair, more then you could most likly get a new reciver for. Its a shame of all the great technology that gets thrown aweay in the dumps every day. Good Luck PS please do not forget to rate this thread.

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