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I have a Russound CAV6.6 Rnet controller. The controller will turn on, but I can get any sound out of the speakers. It used to work just fine. Now the lights come on, but no sound from the speakers. I took the cover off and found 2 fuses, but they didn't look like they were blown. I can't figure out how to fix problem?

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  • billyboy5645 Apr 19, 2009

    Same problem. Did you resolve? If so, please let me know. Thanks.

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Have you changed any connections behind the CAV recently? This happened to an associate of mine once and it just turned out to be something simple. This may or may not be the situation in your case. Check to make sure your source audio cables are connected to the correct source number that you assigned in the programming (Ex. AM/FM Tuner = Source 1). Also make sure your audio cable is connected to Source 1 IN (and not the "OUT").

Narrow down the source of the problem:

Make sure the keypad you are using to test the CAV is not in "Mute" mode. Press the "Pause" button to engage/disengage from mute.

To further troubleshoot your issue if the above is not the case you want to use a device (such as an ipod tthat you are sure the audio output is working using a stereo mini to red and white rca cable) and plug into each source input (one at a time) behind the Cav then monitor that source# on the keypad to see if you hear the ipod on any of the sources. If you hear the ipod playing on some sources and not others it obviously means some of your source inputs are having problems and the unit needs to be shipped to Russound for repair.


Make sure the front of the Cav6.6 has the proper colored lights lit up. When no keypads are on the zone should show red, when a keypad is off the color should be green for that zone, if there is a short circuit with the speaker wire the CAV might be in protection mode and the color might show orange.

Hope this helps.

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  • jeffsaxonis Mar 23, 2009

    I need to correct myself on my last post. I got distracted and misinformed you on the lights on the front of the CAV. When a Zone is ON the zone color is GREEN (Makes sense). When the zone is off it's red. Orange may indicate a speaker wire short and the CAV is in protection mode in which case make sure the copper from each speaker wire are not touching each other and shorting out.

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Did you find the answer to this problem? I have the same issue.
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The first thing you need to do is test the speakers....Anyone who says anything else is obviously not a professional and should not be responding. After checking the speakers you need to take a voltage meter and make sure you are getting voltage on the speaker output. This should let you know exactly what is causing the problem in about 10-15 minutes.

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