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Everything works except volume have none

Cd no sound phono none tape none am fm no sound

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You have one of 3 problems:1) bad solder joints in the amplifier or preamp section 2)defective output transistors/ICs in the power amp or 3)missing or incorrect voltages to the amp section. If the unit has a headphone jack plug in a headset. If you have sound then everything is OK thru the preamp section and your problem is in the power amp. Any competent repair shop should be able to solve this one easily.

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Change TV viewing channel to 3 or 4. If this works your VCR's output channel got changed during storm. If this is the case, review previous answers to prblems with this VCR.

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Sudden onset or always like this?

When you say this, "if i hook up through the line input it sounds ok ", what exactly do you mean? What alternatives are you using to Line Level inputs. All inputs except Phono are Line Level.

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