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The Sound is Gone.

I have a Pioneer VSX-D711. The other day I was watching TV with the surround sound on and working fine, then the sound disappeared with out warning. I checked all the connections and settings there all fine. But no sound even in radio mode nothing. I unplugged it thought maybe a computer error. But still nothing it works fine no other problems just no sound. Any ideas?

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The circuits that routes all the audio signals thru the amp has either died OR the power supply that runs that circuit has died.
Estimate to fix : $75-125

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