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The AVR-3300 power-off to stand-by mode

I had my AVR-3300 for about 5 years, recently the unit power-off to stand-by mode when I 1) turn-up the Master Volume or 2) turn-on the sub-woofers.

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You have a blown amp or a leaky cap and the unit is going in to save mode to avoid destrying the unit.

Take it in for a repair. I don't think it should run more than $50-$75 for a fix depending on what component is bad.

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