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No sound on my reciever

I have a yamaha rx v590, i installed 8 speakers on it, it dint produce any sound, and when i tried the normal one, 6 speakers, it dint work no more, but it hs power. can you help me on that? do you have any solutions?

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The audio amplifier IC of your device are damaged need to be replaced.

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