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Problem with sound - Philips HTS3455 Home Theatre System

My Philips HTS3455 Home Theatre System, its been with me 4 almost 2 years i bought it in 2003. The system was working just fine the current had gone off and when it came on i have no sound. When i turn the Volume to max i can hear the song play very faint but before if i increase the volume to 10 it used be very loud. Kindly help me fix the problem its driving me nuts.

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This problem seems to have been solved on here for the HTS3450, but the HTS3455 has a different board layout inside the AV Subwoofer. I've replaced two problem capacitors, but still have the same faint audio problem. The subwoofer fan isn't operational either. I'm at a loss as to where to go from here.

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Adam.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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    Still having same issues........anyone?

    You can't just buy a replacement board from anywhere?

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Hi, I am sorry to say that there is probably a fault. First check the fuses if able (a possibilty). If not that then will need to go in for repair.

Hope that helps

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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Thanks,
Adam.

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