When all is working well with my stereo I turn it on. There is one click when the display comes on, and a second click when the sound comes on. The problem is that sometimes when I am listening to music that second click, for the sound, unclicks and I lose the sound. If i turn off the stereo and let it sit for anywhere from 10minutes to an hour it usually will come back when I turn it on again. Recently this second click has not been coming at all rendering my stereo absolutely useless. Is this perhaps a bad or broken circuit or broken fuse? I am at a loss.
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I had a similar problem with my DVD player. Cleaning the laser eye helped fix my problem. You can clean it manually if you are not afraid to remove the cover of the unit or you can try a cleaning disc. The eye can collect dust and prevent it from reading the ID sector of the music CD.
The red light on amplifier relates to power supply while the green light is indication of sound functionality. An amplifier that allows sound to generate should display both red and green lights. Howeever, some amplifiers would display only green as long as the sound is functioning.
Solving the problem
First, a red light still on means the power connections to the amplifier is fucntional least requirng repairs.
Second, the green ligh should turn on once the stereo were tuned up to produce sound. If the stereo is still on only least produce sound on the amplifier, check on the connection wires between stereo to amplifier that may have disconnected due to woofing or dubbing sound generals with unfirm wiring.
Sounds like an amplifer fault. Many of these Midi system use a large black IC attached to a metal heatsink. They control both the power amp and pre amp on both channels. When they go wrong they can cause all sorts of effects,
If you can repair things I would look at that. If not get ready for a large bill. If it's the IC some are expensive, it does most of the work!
there is a flat connects the top panel which has all the controls with the other circutes in the stereo...
so you have to open it and care for the cd unit it damage easily then check the flat for loseness or cuts
it happened to me also and that works perfectly