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Total loss of sound...what to do?

Been using my marantz sr-5200 for awhile with no problems. Recently began to make occasional popping/hissing noise then would stop. Now getting no sound at all on any setting. Power is on, lights function...but no sound. Fuses all appear ok. Any ideas?

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Re: Total loss of sound...what to do?

Please repeat your setting first- and then disconnect all speaker out.
connect your speaker one by one until you find the bad one and change it-you can also apply contact cleaner spray over volume control and move it many times-please do not forget yo unplug headphone jack first.

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I'm amateur radio and engineer

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