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Sound Stops My receiver (Denon AVR 1506) seems to be overheating. After I've turned it on the first time for the day it will work fine for abour an hour then the sound will go out, nothing else changes. I can switch the listening mode it is in and I will get sound for about a minute, same thing if I turn the unit off then back on. If I leave it off for an extended period of time it will agin work normally for about an hour. If this is overheating how do I fix it? If it's not, what is it?

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Disconnect everything from the unit and see if it still does it.
if it does i would check the output transistor (ic).

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