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Poor sound quality from Hi-Fi

After a party on NYE i have noticed significantly reduced quality in the sound of my dennon PMA250 III Hi-Fi. I think this coiuld be due to overheating. Is there any way to tell/get this repaire?dThanks in advanceLuke

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It may have a ffew components in it that have failed, the only way to know is to have it checked by a technician. Call the nearest electronics service center to your home and ask them if they repair this brand. If they do not, you can ask them if they know who does in your area. Tell me where you are at and I may be able to find one for you. It does need troubleshooting to determain the cause of your problem.

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