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No sound output at all

I have a Jvc RX-8010vbk that I leave on all the time, (so that my kids don't have to fool around with the settings). Today I rearranged my living room and had to turn it off and un-plug it. When I plugged it back in and turned it on, there is no sound at all. I'm not getting any "overload" messages or it just turning off by itself or anything. Everything is turning on and staying on. I've checked all of my connections and settings and tried to just connect headphones to rule out a speaker problem, but no luck. Is there a reset or something that may need to be cleaned or checked internaly? I really love this receiver and use it for everything. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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  • mason03 Sep 09, 2009

    I've looked inside, I can only see 3 seperate little glass fuses, they're all O.K.

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Check your A-B speaker button. some have a small fuse inside.

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