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Denon 2902 No Sound

I have a Denon 2903 reciver that has worked perfecty for the last 4 years. Today the reciever has no sound. All sources have no sound. I checked cables, speakers everything looks fine. Nothing has changed. After about 40 minustes on one source it starting working again. If you change the source, the sound goes dead. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Oct 13, 2008

    which one are the muting transistors on the DSP board. TR???

  • Anonymous Oct 13, 2008

    Which one are the muting transistors on the DSP Board of the DENON 2802 TR???

  • danlyc Dec 07, 2008

    Anyone have this problem? I got and cannot find the muting transistor

  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    Yes .... Which one are the muting transistors on the DSP Board of the DENON 2802 TR???



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