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Receiver has lost audio

Static, snapping noise; garbled, broken audio.
notice that the fan in the rear of the receiver is not working.
fixable, or do I have a blown receiver?

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  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem. However, mine does it every day at random times. Like you said sometimes no probs, then boom every 15 min. Then stops and won't have a problem for a day or so.



    Any help would be appreciated! I really like the receiver for everything it does, but this is very annoying.



    cr

  • dsbeach1 Nov 26, 2008

    Same thing here as well. Lost audio, just hear crackling. When its on DVD mode the crackling becomes much louder and even more irritating. Anyone hear if this means its blown or not?

  • maxxer Nov 28, 2008

    same problem with the garbled and snap-crackle-pop started when I moved the receiver- worked great before

  • abennani Nov 29, 2008

    Had this problem for a while, I would just switch on an off the receiver and the sound would be back to normal. Now, I have no audio at all, just crackling sound.

  • Figment123 Feb 14, 2009

    I have the same issue.

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There are four surface mounted caps, 22uf/10v under the surround processor PCB on the main PCB.
Just replace them all.
That took care of my static problem.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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