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Loses audio in tv mode

When using the receiver in TV mode I occaisionaly lose the audio portion. If I turn the receiver off then on it comes back. I can go days with no problem then it will act up several times. Sometimes only minutes apart. I have reset the the receiver but it didn't fix it. Any thoughts?

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I had the same problem (CD mode) but today all audio is gone. I opened it up and found no visual problems. There are 3 main boards inside, one where all audio inputs go to. I think that board is bad. Not much help I know. Good luck finding the answer. I'm doing a search on know problems now, If I find anything, I'll post back.

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