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Russound Home Theater w/IR

Just replaced power supply, double checked the watt/v, plugged it into wall panel and a pulsing heart beat-like sound comes through the speakers--the red light power indicator light pulses on and off as well on both the wall panel(inside of it only visible since I removed it from wall) and the wall control IR panel.

Please advise.......The shop guys say it's the panel, but that costs $174.00!!!!

Thanks for your time and assistance.

Doyle Haverfield

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  • GunnerCDM May 02, 2009

    I have the exact same problem except the red light doesn't blink, the red light just never turns on. Same heartbeat like sound coming from the speakers.

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Sorry about the late response, I didn't get a notification of this posting...

Can you update this with the make and model of the unit please. It sounds like this is a continuation of another posting, but I can not find the original.

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Dan

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