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No sound When we turn the receiver on the display flashes the word 'mute' and does not fully light up. The receiver is functioning (you can change stations etc) but there is no sound. This used to happen occasionally, especially if it had been left on, but leaving it off for a while usually fixed the problem. I'm not sure whether it used to flash mute before. This time it had not been left on. It was working beautifully last night and was switched off after the CD finished. Please help!

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Bad regulators in the power supply or the capacitors in the power supply are drying up. Needs to be taken into a shope as there are no user serviceable parts inside these units good Luck

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