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Channels going out

So ive never had a problem with my preamp til about a month ago when you turn it on everything will be fine and than out of nowhere youll hear a crackle through the speakers and the lights that indicate what speakers are playing will go out sometimes it will come back on sometimes it wont. if you turn it off for a few minutes it will come back on like normal and repeat the process. has this ever happened to anyone else and what is the problem?

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Re: channels going out

Could be the speaker relays on the circuit board

Posted on Feb 15, 2007

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