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Technics su-v98. Powers on but no sound can be heard, not even through the headphones jack.

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Can you tell me where all the jumpers go from the components on 2 amp?

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The Technics SU-v98 will not produce sound if the jumpers are missing form the PRE OUT MAIN IN on the back of the unit. You can jump across left to left right to right, horizontally to fix this issue.
A Google search will take you to a free manual site for a Service Manual.
Panasonic still supports this with parts according to their website.
Hope this helps.
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Make sure it is not on mute. Check rear of receiver to make sure AUDIO IN has not become disconnected. Check input selector and verify that it matches the audio source.

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