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RCA RT27760: Audio cuts out

The problem: the audio suddenly cuts out. Turning the amp off, waiting 15 seconds or so and turning it back on will usually restore the audio, but only for a few minutes, then it cuts out again. I’ve eliminated all wiring and component media players as the problem, and I’m convinced the trouble is in the amp itself. When it cuts out, you can hear the same audible “thunk” that you hear when you switch it off, or change functions.

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Re: RCA RT27760: Audio cuts out

I have been having the exact same problem. I tried contacting RCA customer support, which forwarded me to Audiovox customer support and their reply was that they don't handle the RT2760 model number.. they gave me another phone number to call, but it's the weekend and I got the "our offices are closed" message. Anyway, does anybody have any idea what's going on with our units?

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