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Says muting no sound tried all buttons no muting is a vsx d407 with mulitople speakers added to the 2 channels by push button radio shcak deal has been worj[king finr now no sound was altiile sound if up high

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SOURCE: I have a VSX-D407 receiver. Unit says

Probably needs an output IC. but check for bad solder connections on the input board. If you get it serviced I est. about $90-$120 for the part and labor.

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The exact problem just started with my same receiver, did you get a solution to it in any way ?

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