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You seem pretty anxious to perform surgery. Have you done traige yet?
It could be something as simple as a malfunction on a heaphone jack connection.
DO headphones work? Try using FM as the most basic source.
How do we know the internal audio is present and sufficiently loud to drive the speakers? If you have a tape deck or a TV with audio in connections, run an RCA jack to it and see if there's something there to listen to. No signal = no speakie = something other than the power amps failing = not those caps you read about.
BTW: don't use Maximum volume while troubleshooting. If you finally do touch the one thing causing the problem you'll probably launch the speaker cones right out of their enclosures and have to start all over again with blown speakers.
a blinking or pulsing power light usualy means a problem with the power supply. Check for burned resistors or swallen capacitors on the power board it will be the one with the one with the main power running to it.
This seems to be a common problem with this model. It seems as though there are about FIVE electrolytic capacitors in the power supply PC board that have failed or dried out.
They can be replaced by someone that has the dexterity, knowledge and tools to de-solder and re-solder PC board components. Otherwise you may seek a local electronic technician. The parts cost about $5.00. Labor may run you $30 or more.
Hope this helps. I also am looking for a remote for mine, if someone has a dead HTS-3410D.
Have you had any thunderstorms recently in your area? if so, this could be a pulse sent threw your system form an electrical storm. this happens often during dangerous thunderstorm activity. Also, your electrical wiring in your home can produce this as well due to a faulty circuit breaker box or lose ceiling fan hook ups. the best scenario could be a defective product. this way, you can get a full refund or a replacement set up.
your unit sir or maam, it has a deffective parts you need to replace the parts the two channel of the power output ,because this parts is shorted,you need a good technician to fix it. and buy the parts to replace it