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Freezes up my reciever worked fine for about a year then when i went to watch a dvd my volume didnt work its either really loud or nothing at all. plus when i select a source it will freeze up and i cant even turn it off. Any ideas?

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Re: freezes up

Your system needs to be servicedtake it to a tech and have him clean it up.

Posted on Feb 25, 2007

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