If I'm listening to the radio or whatever the sound will cut out from time to time.
I have resoldered the 2 large caps and some other joints that looked suspect but it had no change.
Thank you for your time.
Sub should work as long as u don't have the reciver on digital it should still work ur mains and the sub but no sound from the rears, the radio cuting out could because bye a resister failing it might not have burnt out yet but it is not working proprely if it only happens when the radios is on try to see if local stations come in clear with no antena . but if it happens when the reciver is on tv or another input take to ur closest repair shop to be fix or u might fry the mother board happen to one oif my old recivers.
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SOUNDS LIKE THE ANTI THEFT SYSTEM HAS SET ITSELF ON YOUR RADIO CAUSING RADIO TO SHUT OFF AFTER 10 MINUTES. THIS WAS DUE TO POWER FAILURE WHEN YOU DISCONNECTED BATTERY TO PUT NEW ONE IN. THIS IS COMMON. YOU MUST ENTER RADIO ALARM CODE FROM OWNERS MANUAL OR CONTACT DEALER TO GET CODE FOR YOUR VEHICLE. HOPE THIS HELPS!!
sounds like the controls are dirty...or possibly the solder connection on the volume control has become intermittant...you can goto your local electronics store(or Radio Shack) and get some contact cleaner..open the unit up and clean the volume control as per the instructions on the can...make sure when you spray the cleaner into the control you turn it back and forth several times...then you want to spray more in to flush out whatever debris may have been in there...be careful not to get any on the face plate as it may damage the finish...also , make sure that the chemical spray that you use is safe for plastics...If this doesn't fix it , then the volume control assembly may need to be resoldered.
There is a cold solder connection on the circuit board. These types of connections occur due to high current which causes the solder to heat and slightly melt. It causes intermittent operation that you are experiencing. It can be fixed - inspect the solder side of the circuit board for the cold solder connection and re-apply solder.
Sounds like the relay are worn. Its small plastic box. You can gently open the cap with precision screwdriver and use fine sand paper, or your gf nails sanding tools and pass it on the contact. If you could unsolder it, its much more easier to open...
It could be that every sound has its recording style, some record the sound to just left or right only(mono left or mono right) some has stereo, recorded on left and right. Some have induced additional sound that only surround sound is best at.
Or some base on signal strength, some cut or boost only to the level it is set to appear.
I had the same problem when I installed the new HD Comcast cable box (DCH3200), initially with my CRT through RF, then with my HDTV through HDMI. Problem solved when I replaced the box with the Comcast RNG110 I got from my local Comcast. It is a neat miniaturized box and it works extremely well on HD. There is no power switch on the box so before activation do not forget to put it on with the remote (cable, power, the green light will come on).
I was listening to my surround sound when all of a sudden it just cut off with no sound or anything I would turn it back on and all the power would come on and cut right back off again I have an RCA RT2270 would it be possible to get someone to come out and look at it please help
Slapping the unit causing the missing sound to come back tells me that there is something loose in the receiver. This could be a bad solder joint or dirty switch contact. Vibrations, such as sound, could be jarring the bad connection and causing the sound to cut out when it was just working a few seconds before. I don't believe you have a bad part in the receiver. When a solid state device fails, its gone for good. Again, it soulds like a bad connection. Finding a bad solder joint can sometimes be difficult. What you need to do is take the cover off so you can see the bottom of the PC board and using a good light source and magnifying glass, look for the bad connection. You can try running the receiver with the cover off and using a plastic pen, try pushing down on the PC board and see if you can make the sound cut out. You may be able to isolate the area by where you push on the board. Look for loose wires too. While you have the receiver open, buy some electrical contact cleaner in a spray. Radio Shack used to sell this as TV Tuner cleaner. I don't think they carry it anymore though. Spray the switches and rotate them back and forth several times. See if this resolves the problem. If you do find a bad solder joint, all you have to do is resolder it with some new solder. Make sure you do this with the power OFF. You're not looking at a big bill here. It's an easy fix once you find it.