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Zone B of Sony amplifer seems to have stopped sending most of signal

Zone B speakers have lost most sound

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Hi, please have a look at your supply. The voltage might have gone below 21V on your newer models and 42V on your older models. This you will find near the pre-amp. Look for 2 big Cap's and start from there.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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