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Philips digital audio/video surround receiver FR965/17

My receiver turnes off right after i turn it on if im lucy and it stays on i dont get any sound from any speaker can any one help

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Same here ,men , i start the tearing apart hehehe, and i think it can be one the little chip located behind the control panel so i remove the white ribbon, the one looking like an ide connector for a hard drive, and guess what it turns on, but when you connect the ribbon just goes back to stand by mode, maybe requires a flash on one of the little chips, same thing happen to a lap top that i use to have, just shorted 2 of the pins and start working normally, im gonna find more info but there sems to be nothing about this amp, high five from mexico men

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