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My AVR2802 has no sound suddenly. All connections OK, tried radio and speaker level test but no sound? Digital is blinking (just started) but also no sound before this? Tx in advance for your help Gabe

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Do you want to sell it? The best solution I can suggest is that you do like me. Try to find one that has a different problem than yours, and buy it from the owner. Swap internal parts relevant to your problem and say a brief prayer before turning it on.

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I started having the same problem with mine last week. Took it to a repair shop and was told it needs a new signal board which they don't make anymore. The repairman also said that he's seen a bunch of that model with the same problem.

My solution - went out and bought a Sony.

Mike

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