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Volume changes automatically

Every 6 months or so, my Pioneer VSX-D509S receiver will automatically change the volume level up and down. It seems to do this for several days, then goes back to normal. It has been doing this for the past 3-4 years. It is something occuring internally, as the remote control is not the cause.Otherwise, everything else has been fine with it for the 10 years I have owned it.

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Just a wild guess.

Does this receiver have line-of-sight with windows? Some other Infra-Red source in or out of your home may be affecting it. Try covering the IR 'eye' on the receiver to see if it stops happening.

I have an IR on my Media Center PC and the l.e.d. on it will light up whenever it receives a command, no matter what remote I use. Of course, it doesn't actually do anything unless I use its remote. Occasionally, it will blink even when I'm not using any remotes, so clearly it is seeing IR from somewhere.

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