When all is working well with my stereo I turn it on. There is one click when the display comes on, and a second click when the sound comes on. The problem is that sometimes when I am listening to music that second click, for the sound, unclicks and I lose the sound. If i turn off the stereo and let it sit for anywhere from 10minutes to an hour it usually will come back when I turn it on again. Recently this second click has not been coming at all rendering my stereo absolutely useless. Is this perhaps a bad or broken circuit or broken fuse? I am at a loss.
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Sounds like an amplifer fault. Many of these Midi system use a large black IC attached to a metal heatsink. They control both the power amp and pre amp on both channels. When they go wrong they can cause all sorts of effects,
If you can repair things I would look at that. If not get ready for a large bill. If it's the IC some are expensive, it does most of the work!