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The sound on my surround works for all of 10mins then fades out to no sound we've taken it back once to be fixed on our warrenty but now its doing the same thing again and its out of warrenty.was wondering how much it would cost to repair it or can i do something my self????

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Not likely something you can fix yourself. Sounds like a power supply issue. Cost to have repaired would be a wild guess at around $200 + / - .

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