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Sound Clicks Off

The sound on our system sporadically clicks off when we are watching TV or listening to music. If we switch the system to another input (TV to CD, for instance) and switch it right back, the sound comes back. It's happening more and more often.

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  • craig625 Jan 17, 2009

    Was there a fix for this problem? I'm having it too...3 or 4 minutes of sound (both TV and DVD) and then it shuts off completely (speakers and subwoofer)

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I have had this problem for some time now on my SC-HT700. No idea what the problem is.

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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Let a tech check your set for safety he will be able to tell you what is the problem.good luck.

Posted on Apr 16, 2007

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