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Worked fine, now no sound

Had unit for 4+yrs..no problems(7.1) set-up for TV/CD`s/DVD`s.. came home , did my usual procedure for TV...NO SOUND. I have sound from the TV, if I bypass the receiver!(off).. THIS IS MY UNIVERSE..I`M LOST W/O SOUND FOR TV ... Can you guys give a list of problem solving solutions (?)... Fuses(?)..No power surges (that I `m aware of) no mashing of buttons from unexpected sources (I asked;) so, why am I left with MONO ?? Please help ASAP....Michael D.

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