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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This might be painfully obvious but to be on the safe side check to see if the jumper pins are in the 'Main Out / Pre-In' jacks. If there is no jumper pins you found your problem. Second option, after turning on unit in a QUIET environment with the volume at the lowest setting do you hear a click coming from the inside? If yes, this is good. If no, you have problems.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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A little more triage would be in order before you take a knife to it. What source(s) produce the distorted sound? How about test tones? Same? It's sick. Not same? Something else is going on. Have you referred to the manual(s)?
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