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PHILIPS HTS3450 DVD HOME THEATRE SYSTEM NO SOUND

I HAVE NO SOUND. EVERYTHING ELSE WORKS WOOFER HAD ELECTRICAL BURNING SMELL COMING FROM IT. NO SMOKE. WILL CHANGING THE CAPASITORS FIX THE PROBLEM OR DO I NEED TO DO SOMETHING ELSE?
THIS IS THE HTS3450 PHILIPS.
THANKS
TONY

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Quiero saber como puedo ecualizar el sonido con el control manualmente

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You could try, the burning smell could be the caps. Give it a whirl, nothing to lose at this point!

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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