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When playing music or watching a movie, after a couple minutes, the sound stops and the receiver says overload. Is this a cheap fix or will it be more expensive than just buying a new receiver???

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  • jose0328 Jun 25, 2009

    Is this a cheap fix

  • jose0328 Jun 25, 2009

    the sound stops and the receiver says overload.

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Check to see if the receiver is properly cooled.

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