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When the power goes off, and back on, a majority of the time there is a rapid clicking noise where the power cord goes into the back of the reciever. If i unplug it, or alter the direction of the plug, sometimes it stops. What makes the noise, and can i replace a part? I dont want to send it back in.

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It could be that you have a loose fitting power supply cord. Try replacing it and make sure it's pushed in FIRMLY. Also, blow away any dust or debris that maybe in the connector causing a poor connection. If it's actually sounding like it's inside the metal chasis of the amp. DO NOT TAKE ANY RISKS and un plug it, you will then HAVE TO tak it in...unles your a trained electronics guru type.
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