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I have a Techwood home stero system and all lights come on but I have no sound. What can I do?

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  • makingit1 Jul 01, 2009

    where are the fuses?

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Fuse is generally on the power board, follow the powercord and see where it goes.

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Hi,

Check the fuses. Might have blown a fuse.
When you say "home stereo" do you mean a whole-house audio system or do you mean a receiver and speakers?

Always put a GOOD surge protector on all your valuable electronics. I'd recommend something like a monster power center because it will protect you from surge and under-voltage. Under-voltage causes more electronics to die than surge does.
standard voltage is 120V. If the voltage drops to 110V, you can do serious damage to motors in things like DVD players or game systems. This low-voltage happens every time you see a brown-out or lights flickering; even the A/C turning on is hard on your stuff. This happens MUCH more than surge, or over-voltage. Thanks for contacting Fixya.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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