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Sound Cutting Out

I have a TEAC AG-V1200. Has worked great for years. Today, no matter what input (CD, video, tuner) it clicks, the sound goes out for a few seconds, another click and the sound is back on. This happens every 10 - 15 seconds. Any ideas?

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Somthing is tripping th amp breaker...
Try unplugging it for several minuets & see if clearing it helps..

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Did you ever sort this? I have the same issue.

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