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No Sound Unit has power and switches between units but there is no sound.....Have tested the speakers on another unit and the are okay. The problem began after a lightening strike.

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    Power went off, on then off for 24 hours. After power came back on I could not get my receiver to play sound, had power but no sound. There is a messgae that stay on the screen, it reads 6 input channel.



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Your outputs IC'S are probably hammered. You can check these easy enough if you have a DVM. Digital Volt Meter. Let me know if you need more assistance. GURU JAY

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