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No sound I recently bought a used Technics SA-DA10N receiver in working condition but the sound was disappearing from time to time. One time after listening to a CD for 3 tracks the sound disappeared and could not get the sound back till the next day. After couple of days, I was able to listen to sevral CDs without any problem but couple of days ago it finally stopped giving out sound. The display is working and there are no message to indicate there is anything wrong. I even changed the Speakers from A to B but no luck. Any advise would be grately appreciated. Thanks

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: technics sa-ex300 says overload ?

it could be overheating - try aiming a fan at it for a while, see if the problem stops.

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just check if the wires are cut off somewhere or the internal connections loseened up.check this out.

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  • Posted on Aug 05, 2009

SOURCE: receiver sa-590: audio 'cuts out' and now stay

Sounds like the relay are worn. Its small plastic box. You can gently open the cap with precision screwdriver and use fine sand paper, or your gf nails sanding tools and pass it on the contact. If you could unsolder it, its much more easier to open...

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  • Posted on Sep 17, 2009

SOURCE: my technics sa-dx930 receiver stops working and an

Hey, I own one of these systems. Whenever I touch two of the wires together (shorting it out) the system shuts down and overload appears on the display. My suggestion is too check your wiring (especially in the spliced areas) or replace the wiring to the outside speakers and try it again. If you dont want to try that, take the wires you have hooked to the A speakers and see if they will work on the B setting (a quick troubleshooting technique). Please let me know if it worked for you. Good Luck!

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