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Not operating immediately

I have had no problems with this receiver for 7 years. It recently began not operating upon initial power up (It powers on but no output via speakers). I can only get it to work by cycling through some of the various inputs (this does not always work). I do not know if it is some relay having to do with the various inputs or if has something to do with the length of time the unit has been powered on. Any help would be appreciated.

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Cpu mpd720208 send comand -mute- all the time pin 42 AMUT. if you cat this wire after receive is on saund appiar. this is not right, but this work.

Posted on Feb 08, 2007

  • Anonymous May 15, 2007

    the reason of mute command from CPU is fault command from DSP sendin via pin ABOOT/INT.
    i resolderin Q708,Q709,Q710 pins - solution#1 from Luisa_K and receiver work O.K.

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