Question about Kenwood VR-5090 5.1 Channels Receiver
I have had this unit for at least 4 years now, with no problem. Now when I turn it on, after not being used for a while everything is OK, then after a few minutes I loose the audio when I switch between devices. I have stripped all inputs & outputs down to a minimum (center speaker & TV video out only, cable & DVD in only), and the problem persists. Powering on and of does not help once the problem occurs, but time helps. Is this some kind of overheating problem?
Have a tech check your set for lose solder or possibly the audio circuit.good luck.
Posted on Apr 19, 2007
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