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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony STR - D665
Hi Spike, The first thing I would try is to reset the system. Turn off the receiver and then hold down the power button for 5 seconds. "Enter to clear all" will appear in the display. Press enter and "Memory Cleared" should appear in the display. You are now back to factory settings. If this does not work, try checking the fuse. Take the two screws off from the back top of the unit, and the two screws on each side of the unit, and pull the cover off from the back. You will see the fuse in the back right side (if you are looking at it from the rear) Pull the fuse out and see if the wire is broken. HOPEFULLY one of these solutions will fix the problem. Please let me know how it works. Best regards, nightdiver
Posted on May 29, 2006
SOURCE: Surround Speakers stop working
More then likely unit has poor solder connections. Try lightly tapping on chassis to see if you can get audio to either cut on or off with the vibration, If you can unit has intermittent solder connections probably around power amp ic701 where most of the heat is generated. I have a PDF service manual if you need it for yourself or for a technician if you take it in for repair email@example.com
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
I had this problem last night.
To solve it, you can reset the amp by:
1) Put the receiver on stand-by
2) Hold down "MODE" button and press on button
3) "S.F. CLR" appears in the display and surround is back on.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
make sure that all input cables are in the correct positon also make sure that any inputs you are using don't have a macrovision in them that will also kill your sound due to copyright laws and stuff but main thing check all wires coming in to receiver and if you need more inputs go to walmart and get a rca splitter basicaly its a 1 in two out connection to add more cables in the input
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
That sounds like you blew the fuses inside the receiver. Take the cover off and check them. Typically thats the problem and if I'm not mistaken they are AGC-5 Buss fuses available at your local hardware store.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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