Sound clicks off unless I pull on the speaker selector knob
The sound on my reciever recently began cutting off unless I pulled the speaker selector knob one way or another. Then the sound quit all together. I took out the little circuit board connected to it but can't tell if anything is wrong with it. The main power button is also on this board and hasn't worked for some time now (have to use remote to turn it on) Do you think this board is bad. And if it is can I order another one? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have the exact same problem! Video goes into receiver and out of the monitor output perfectly. No sound is coming out of any speakers. My A, B, A+B, off switch is really sketchy, and my main power button also doesn't work. I would love to know if you found an answer to your problem! I am thinking about getting a soldering iron and making sure all connections are sound but don't really want to without knowing the exact problem. Did you ever fix it?
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To remove the program selector knob from a Hoover washing machine DYN9164DPG, please follow these steps:
Unplug the washing machine from the power source.
Locate the small metal tab located underneath the program selector knob.
Use a flathead screwdriver to gently pry up the metal tab.
Pull the program selector knob off the machine.
The metal tab acts as a locking mechanism to keep the knob in place, so be sure to pull the knob straight off the machine once the tab has been released. If you encounter any resistance, double-check that the metal tab is fully released before attempting to pull the knob off again. Once removed, you should be able to access and replace the selector switch.
Check the "speaker selector" on the front panel. Make sure A, B, or both are lit up. Also, make sure the "6 ch input" is"off" it's a button right below the volume knob on the right If it's still not working, post a comment and I'll help you troubleshoot further. Hope this helps
It could be a power problem, unless you have blown the driver ?, carefully pull out the power supply board, and look to see if anything looks melted, burned, or capacitors popped etc. Be carefull though as I do not want to be responsible if you get an electric shock, etc. preferably look and dont touch, just use common sense ;)
You may not be using an active input to test. Try attaching an fm antenna and using the tuner. Sone inputs are set to digial and will not make sound with the analog input. The input selector does turn it on. Saves a step.