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I have a Kenwood KR-A4010 Am/Fm Stereo Receiver. Every five seconds the sound fades in and out. Can anyone find a solution to this problem?

I have a Kenwood KR-A4010 Am/Fm Stereo Receiver. Every five seconds the sound fades in and out.

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  • Badboi63 Apr 30, 2009

    the sound just stops even with the fm and headphones every 5-10 seconds and it also smells like burning plastic but i cant find the source

  • David Dunn
    David Dunn May 11, 2010

    Can you be more specific? What sources (one/all)? What happens with just plain old FM noise? How about with headphones?

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Something in the unit is smoked and potentially dangerous. Get that puppy down to a repair shop. Don't leave it unattended if you turn it on. Got a fire extinguisher handy?

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I have a kenwood kr-a4010 it works no sound in speakers

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