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JVC A/V Receiver RX 7042S - DSP NG

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I am from India. I have a 3 yr old RX 7042 S A/V receiver. Now, there is no sound...just a display showing 'DSP - NG' . I took it to the authorised service JVC service centre..and it is still lying there for the last 7 months. The guys there says...we are trying this & that, changed that Chip, this Chip. I don't know what to do...3 weeks back they said they have solved the problem and I paid 3000 Indian Rupees (around 75 US$), but there was sound only from the analoge source. Anyone there to help me?

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It seems the problem of your unit is in the power amplifier section,the IC chip there is defected that why only analog source .you better bring back to them the unit it is the only option, that is there back job...

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