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This sounds like a built in job rather than seperate units for each function. If so then there are two possiblities for the problem. First off you have blown the main amp. In these type of units these tend to be a large IC attached to a heat sink. It will have a number of legs (pins) coming out of it. On its side it will have a letter and number code, often like STK4121 or something like it. If it's gone this number (on yours) will help you replace it. The IC will control most amp functions, so you will lose all sound on all channels.
The other cause is a problem with the power supply section. This is more diffcult to solve, but you can start by looking around for burnt or damaged parts.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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