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"OVERLOAD" APPEARS I recently had a lightning strike that took out several of my components. My JVC RX-DV5 receiver has "overload" on the display. I tried disconnecting all output devices from the unit, cycling power and still no difference. I have downloaded the service manual but I have limited testing equipment other than multi-meter and basic items. Any possible solutions before I take it in for service? Thanks, Mike

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