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4 year old Marantz SR6200 has just developed cracking noise from the right front speaker after about a half hour at medium volume while watching TV. I have switched speakers and reversed the left/right audio inputs but the problem remains with the right front channel.

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  • mebrittan Apr 25, 2008

    Yes, I do. I have been in electronic all be it computer all my life. I have signal generators and oscilloscopes but no technical documents for the SR6200, schematics, parts placement diagrams, block diagrams, parts list and with out those I?m blind.

  • mebrittan May 09, 2008

    On April 25th I was asked IB4G2008 if I wanted to troubleshoot to the component level. I responded "Yes" but needed documents. Since that time I have been charged $9.99 and received nothing. Give me what you advertise or give me my money back.

  • mebrittan May 09, 2008

    Thanks for the response, On April 25 I answered your question;
    ?Comment by IB4G2008, posted on Apr 25, 2008 only way to rectify this is to troubleshoot to component level.. you want to do that??
    By saying Yes, I do but that I needed technical documents (see second post from April 25nd) for the SR6200. Since then I have heard nothing so just whose issue is it?

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I'l see if I can get my hands on some of the documents your intrested in.

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That's an amplifier issue..methinks it's getting tired..used to test those long time ago..

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Apr 25, 2008

    only way to rectify this is to troubleshoot to component level..you want to do that?

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    Patrick Michaels May 09, 2008

    tch..tch...when it takes this long to get some information on your needs, and you have not one, but two experts of some repute, assisting you, it's not our issue.

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