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No sound my awesome stereo ( almost years old ) was halfway through playing my fave track when it just cut out ALL sound. as far as i can see, the fan has stopped. Speakers work fine as i tried them out on a different model. I would like to know if its worth getting repaired or just buy a new system.

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Buy a new sistem.

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