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Sound Cutting Out

Recently the sound has been cutting out and the dvd player returns to standby.Sometimes i can turn it sraight back on other times ill just hear a crack and it will stay in standby.Seems to be completely random but never lasts more than a couple of hours without cutting out.Ive narrowed the problem down to the amplifier but that seems to be ok no dry joints,ive even replaced a couple of capacitors on it but still no joy.Im just about ready to give up Any help greatly appreciated

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If you looked for dry connections and found none, there is probably a componet that is intermittant, and these can be tough puppies to troubleshoot, without monitoring the power supply voltages and sittinfg with the unit.

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