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DVD optical/TOSLINK input no longer working

I have had the SA-XR45 for four years now and love it. Just yesterday it stopped recognizing the optical DVD input. It's as if nothing is plugged in. The other optical inputs are all working.

I tried everything I can think of. I plugged the DVD optical into the DVR input and it works fine. 6.1 sound comes on right away. I also used stereo RCA audio inputs from the DVD played into the DVD input on the receiver (just in case it was not recognizing anything audio when switched to DVD) and those work as well.

What can I possibly do to find out what is wrong?

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If it's only the DVD input, and you had tested it systematically, like you'd stated, then the input connector could be loose or defective.

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Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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