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HeatSeal H800 Pro-R making a squeeking sound when rollers are turning

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Remove both side covers, you will see some allen bolts in the end of each shaft, tighten those , also squirt a small amount of oil on to the shafts where they go through the bronze bushings. This should fix the noise.

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All the speaker outlets seem to work fine, except the fronts, all will work, but if i plug the fronts in, all the sound then tends to just fade away, and then i have nothing, no sound. i can't figure...


I would:
1- First make sure you are properly testing using a reliable source, such as a CD Player or itunes. 2- Make sure the Listening Preset is not on Dolby Pro Logic. Make sure it is on Stereo mode and see if the problem persists.
What usually happens is that when listening to 2ch (Left and Right) Audio such as Television or Music and Dolby Pro Logic is on as a preset, Dolby Pro Logic analyzes both Stereo tracks, tries to detect the voices (center channel), ambient sounds (surround and fronts) and processes the signals into a 5.1 or 6.1 System. You tend to get a fading effect when Dolby Pro Logic is selected and listening to an old VHS, DVD or even music.
To remove a preset, make sure you select the Stereo button at the bottom left of the remote to pan through the options.
Hope this helps

Jul 21, 2011 | Harman Kardon AVR 230 6.1 Channels...

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Delayed Sound from Center Speaker


Go to this website, make an account, go to support, help center. Thenfollow the instructions and you might get your answer.

Hope this helps. :)

Jan 21, 2008 | NAD T762 Receiver

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UNIT TURN ON THE THE SPEAKERS MAKE A LOUD SQUEEKING NOISE AND A POP THEN THEY GO OUT


You might want to disconnect the speakers at this point just in case they haven't been irreparably damaged by the amp problem.

Try the amp 'naked" (no speakers). Does it still cycle off? Take it to a technician. If it stays up try one speaker; then the next. At some point you will either have identified the failing component/channel or the failure will have gone away (doubtful).

Jul 10, 2011 | Denon AVR-1908

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I am having trouble getting my surround sound to output my foxtel dvd using standard av cords is there anywhere i can get a diagram


Hi, I'm not too sure what you're asking - do you mean that sound is only coming out of 2 of the speakers? A lot of foxtel shows aren't meant for surround sound - usually only box office movies.

For best results, use a digital optical cable (not the one with a round end, one that's fibre optic, say that to a store and they will give you the right one) - connect to the optical/toslink input of your surround sound system.

You may have to turn on "dolby pro logic 2" to get all speakers working on some shows. Or you can try just plugging in the 2 red/white stereo cables into the amp, and using pro logic that way. Pro logic creates surround sound, even when your show is only stereo.

I guess that will do it .


Have a nice day.

Mar 02, 2011 | Yamaha Audio & Video Receivers

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Music, sound effects no dialogue


MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL THE AUDIO SELECTIONS ON UR PS3 CHECK THE BOXES ,,IN THE AUDIO SETUP

May 14, 2009 | Kenwood KRF-V5060D Receiver

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Volume turned way up just to get enough sound


On 5.1sound set up, its normal as sound varies in Dolby Pro Logic or DTS.

Jan 22, 2009 | Sony STR-DE697 Receiver

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Rx-v563 backround music much louder than people when watching tv


I would check your center speaker wiring and setting. Then switch to a different audio setting (pro logic, theater...)

Jan 12, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Nakamichi AV-7 (issue with surround mode - prologic)


Nice Receiver!
>In your surround sound settings make sure the levels are set correctly and the distance from your listing point to the furtherest
speakers are set to accommodate the levels etc.
>How many speakers 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 (1meaning subwoofer)
>Pro-Logic supports 5.1 but not sure about 6 or 7
>Pro-Logic II does support all
>Make sure you are hear the sound from all sometimes the sound is really faint if you are in surround mode

Thank You and good luck

Aug 28, 2008 | Nakamichi AV-7 Receiver

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Canoot get surround sound from back speakers


MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE SPEAKERS WIRED INTO THE SURROUND NOT THE SURROUND BACK. IFF YOU HAVE SPEAKERS WIRED TO SURROUND MAKE SURE THE VOLUME FOR YOUR REARS IS TURNED UP.ALSO CHECK THAT YOU HAVE AMP SET FOR SURROUND SOUND,IE DOLBY DIGITAL OR PRO LOGIC TWO.

HOPE THIS HELPS.

Jun 01, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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Really bad sound quality loadsa hissing


A snake didnt make a home of it while you were away???LOL Naww just teasin .. First off may I say that if your going away for any extended time like over a few days unplug the electronics in case theres a stormn or power surge!!.. Ok now that the barn door is closed after the horse got out. Hmm Sounds like could be need reseting?? try unplugging for a night and trying in the am or PM whatever your time to be is?? If that dosent help you got a power surge its more sounding like and if your not a tech Im sorry to say you will need to callon a pro to assist you in this repair Good Luck

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