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Set dead F61 is displayed and the set switchs off. what i did is i took off the jumpers which feeds the audio output ic(THE 6 CHANNEL STK),on doing this the set is turning on. Is the audio output ic defective??or the power regulating STK is defective. what shall i check and replace.

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