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Yamaha rx770 stereo receiver

When I switch back and forth between the tuner and cd player from the input switch, it cracks on the speaker....could it be a bad input switch?
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I have the same receiver with the same problem. I fixed it by using a cleaning spray on the inside of the input switch. Deoxit 5 is the cleaner and it took care of the problem.

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