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Sansui Dolby Digital/DTS Receiver RZ-6700AV


I have a Sansui Dolby Digital/DTS Receiver RZ-6700AV.

My problem is that the digital receiver cuts the sound out after about an hour of play time while using either a Fibre Optic cable or Digital cable. If using the 6 channel output it works fine.
It’s like the unit overheats when using the Fibre Optic or Digital cables.

Please let me know what I can do about this.

Thank you

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