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KRF-V5050D Kenwood amp- Digital In and DVD 6CH input-this has same ground when connected to back cover with screws? Between the 2 inputs (ground) 50K when PCB removed from the back cover. When this board is installed there is no sound. But when the screws are removed from the back cover the sound is there and high. Volume control has no control. 00db on display will give no sound but when volume control is moved slightly the sound will go high. Can not find the schematics for this model.

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I had the same problem with mine.The solution I found was to use an optical audio cable rather than the red and white RCA audio jacks. Hope this helped.

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SOURCE: NO SOUND IN THE TV MODE.....

Try pressing the mute button on the remote

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SOURCE: Kenwood KRF 7775D not working with Digital Inputs

First of all my nick is Rifaa.
Secondly do you still have the amp

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SOURCE: Technics SA-DV290 Amp. Sound cuts out as volume is increased

hello it sound like the output ic may be in trouble you may have just dry joint on the ic which just resolder it . or there could be a capacitor leaking or they may have swelled up in which you will have to replace. it's best to do some visual checks first i'e look for any burnt parts any capacitor with bulging tops

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Posted on Apr 05, 2010

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