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I have a Techwood home stereo system everything comes on but I have no sound. The cd light on the receiver says theater on the upper left and on the lower right says delayT 30ms. The full system is 260 watt stereo rec. str84, dual cass deck TDX85 and compact dis changer CDC85. What can I do?

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    I have a Techwood home stereo system, everything comes on, but I have no sound. The cd light on the receiver says theater on the upper let and on the lower right says delayT 30ms. The full system is 260 watts stereo rec. str84, dual cass deck TDX85 and compact dis changer CDC85. Also how do take of the sleep timer? What can I do?

  • makingit1 Jul 01, 2009

    Where can I get a new owners manual, I lost the old one

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I can look into the user manual if you post the brand and model of the system you need the manual for.

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First you should see if all of the plugs are in and in the correct place. Also your speakers may not be compatiable with the tv or accesorie you wish to hook it up on. Another thing might be a short in the wiering. If none of these you should take a look at the owners manual to seee if that can diagnose the problem.

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Hi,

First: Do a hard reset of the Pioneer receiver. Do this by disconnecting all speakers at the back of the set. Then unplug the power cord for 1/2 hour. Then power it up again with no speakers connected.

THEN: Play a cd with volume at minimum. Connect only one speaker to either amp output. Advance the volume slowly. Do you get sound now? Than turn the receiver off and connect the other speaker.

THE: Object of this experiment is to determine if the problem is in the receiver OR the speaker/wires. For example, if one of the speaker wires had a short in it the amp may be dramatically effected.

(The A and B slots are the same - just a switch to select which speaker pairs you want connected.)

If you are sure it is in the receiver I suspect the audio output power transistors are damaged OR the main power supply. Either way the repair is quite expensive.

If one of the speakers is the cause, check the wiring very carefully for shorted conditions.
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How to connect your cable to your home theater system depends on several factors. So what I'll do is try to cover all of them.
If your home theater RECEIVER has various types of inputs then there will be several ways to do it.
If your cable box has various types of outputs there will also be several ways to do this.
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All cable boxes that I have seen have Red colored and White colored (RCA type) stereo outputs. This also applies to any stereo or Home theater system which will have multiple inputs of the same type and color. If you connect a cable between the cable box's Stereo Outputs and into the cable (or satellite audio inputs of the Home Theater system. Then Switch the Home theater input to the same input, that will work.

If the cable box has an coaxial digital output ORANGE "RCA" TYPE PLUG) and the receiver has the same, connect a single RCA connector between the two. Then go into the input menu of the receiver and change that to digital as opposed to analog. (The red and white ones)

If the two pieces, Receiver and Cable box have optical connectors (little black square door with a red light behind it). Use that and set up the Receiver to receive a digital audio input.
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