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NO sound coming out of DCP-501 tried few things like resetting audio control but no luck. Had this unit about three years, and now having issue with sound. Any help would be much appreciated. Ajay

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    some thing Jan 24, 2008

    Same with mine but mine have problem since start. It made little sound. Now, no sound at all.

  • amir017 Oct 06, 2008

    i have the same problem. sound just went away and there was an "overload" message on the front display. I will appreciate a solution from anyone



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Check the fuses inside?

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