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No Sound Unit Powers on but no sound. It usually clicks once when it powers on (which is still does) and then right before the sound comes on it will click again but now it doesn't make that second click henceforth no sounds. Sounds like something must have blown. Can anybody help me out w/ this? Thanks in advance. J

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Well, if it powers up, youve still have hope// check and see if you can see a fuse holder at back of stereo... or go to a radio shack or electronis place and get whats called 'contact cleaner' ( may go by a different name, make SURE you know that the salesperson knows what your talking about..PS.you dont have to buy the pricey stuff, but dont get the cheapest either.) then UNPLUG stereo, make sure its not hot ( dont have it on for a long time before working on it) then pull out the knobs on the front ( the volume,left/right,etc) spray a LITTLE bit into the stereo where the plugs go.dont drench it, a little goes a long way) after spreying it in, turn the knob back and forth so it gets to all the points.... make SURE its dry before plugging it back in, you can tell if you see any moisture where you sprayed.( another reason, not to spray much) i usually let my stereo and tvs dry over night before trying them.while your waiting, may as well take a cloth and clean the face, get any cruddies off... good luck

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