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Speakers cut in and out

Also the tuner has stopped tuning. It is only the left sid speakers that will go on and off.
Is there somewhere in manhattan that can repair whatever is wrong. I've had it forever (yes it is a dinosaur) and it suits all my needs.

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No I haven't fixed the problem. But i really do not want to pay for someone to tell me where to take the receiver to have it fixed. Which is what i asked for

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