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I'm listening to my surrond sound but when I try to turn on the matrix the sounds stops.

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I was listening to my surround sound when all of a sudden it just cut off with no sound or anything I would turn it back on and all the power would come on and cut right back off again I have an RCA RT2270 would it be possible to get someone to come out and look at it please help

Posted on May 29, 2008

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