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TEAC AG H350 problem

Dear Sir,
My TEAC AG H350 AV Receiver was great until today when I connected it to a pair of Rogers LS3/5a speakers and turn the sound a bit loud. It suddenly cuts the sound off.
It was sound volume 48 which was not a problem with my old pair of AE100i. Initially I though the amplifier killed the LS3/5a though I reconnect it to AE100i. There is still no sound. It doesn’t show PROTECTION on the screen. Exactly everything seems fine but no sound.
Please help! Thanks!

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you can download a manual for $9.99 from User-Manuals.com....I did this today and the manual is identical to the original it seems

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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try checking and correcting the connections. see and fix any possible loose connections or connectors on the receiver, also check the wire quality

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