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I have a denon avr-3600 and having major problems. I have a 5 speaker theatre system. My RHF together with my sub woofer do not work. I have gone through the troubleshooting section all to no avail. The other problem that is annoying is when i turn on the system there is a scrambled sound with what appears to be a radio station coming through faintly. I do have an external FM aerial alongside my TV aerial. The station coming through appears to be an FM station. The interference disappears after a while however small interuptions continue to occur. The interference occurs no matter if i have tv,dvd,foxtel or vcr operating. Your help would be appreciated. regards Bruce Mc Dowell

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Hi dude,
           if you have devices like radio, modems near ur receivers the interference noise which u are tellin is common...better place them away from ur receivers... however for that RHF and sub woofer problems, u need cal any near by technician or use our repair service to find receiver repairman to sort out the problem...qualified technician can alone solve dis problem...


good luck

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    Senthilappan PC Jul 07, 2008

    you are always welcome bruce,,,


    good luck

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Maby this Site Could Be More Help

http://www.audio-ideas.com/reviews/avr-3600.html

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If is is a crackling sound coming from the speakers make sure all the cables r connected tightly.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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    Legin Varghese Jul 05, 2008

    Open the amp unit and chk for the output port connection and chk the voltage on the main transformer.

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