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VSX-D711 My system was fine then the sound from the TV on the reciver went out, Next the sound from the DVD player on the reciver went out, then the CD player on the reciver now the tunner went out. Is my system DEAD

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Re: VSX-D711

There's an integrated circuit that steers all the input signals thru.
That has crapped out.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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