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When adjusting the sound, we lose sound completely. The volume knob on the receiver does nothing. If we play with buttons on the receiver, sometimes it comes back. The second last time it happened, I shut everything off. When my wife turned it on 2 days later, everything worked until she adjusted the sound with the remote. Now we have no sound. Do we need a new receiver?

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I would try and clean your switches and controls before giving up on the receiver. use de-ox-id contact cleaner on the volume control and switches. Larry's Electronics

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