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Sound gone the sound is completely gone for no apparent reason, as if the Mute is on. If I turn the volume to maximum output, I can hear a distant sound in my speakers but that's it.

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  • sylvainlaila Dec 30, 2007

    thanks mrwtech but this did not help, just tried it and still the same issue persists: no sound on any channel but a distant one.

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Disconnect everything in the back of the unit. reconnect only the cd to the imputs. also,just to be sure, disconnect all speakers(label them). fire it up,play a CD, connect the speakers 1 at a time. If the 1st works you have hope ,if not, try each channel individualy.The one that reduces volume is the problem-maybe shorted cable, bad speaker,or , God forbid-Bad amp Channel. good luck

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    Marc Wiggins Dec 30, 2007

    do you have a technical school nearby? This is exactly what they teach. Find'em, use 'em.Your problem could be several things
    depending on your electronic experience, check OP-Amps on pre 2, if the zone 2 mains work, that indicates pre amp out at least get to the main zone 2 amps. could be as simple as a loose PCB connection.otherwise, get a tech.


















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Carefully examine the front panel for clues like a misplaced Mute or Tape Monitor control
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