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RCA RT2250R P.O.S. no sound

The power comes and stays on just fine.It is not on mute. Fuses are good. Speakers are good. input in on Analog. but the speaker indicater lights for the two front chan are blinking and i have no clue what the heck that means because the manuale doesnt say anythin about it. please help.

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  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2008

    The power comes and stays on just fine.It is not on mute. Fuses are good. Speakers
    are good. input in on Analog. but the speaker indicater lights for the
    two front chan are blinking and i have no clue what the heck that means
    because the manuale doesnt say anythin about it. please help.

  • Help_appre May 13, 2008

    Sound comes on and off about erery 2 seconds and sometimes the unit turns itself off.



    checked all wires and wiring. a 9v bat makes the speakers pop, so their coils are good in the speakers. An ohm meter reads 6 and 3 ohms for the speakers and the subwoofer - that's correct - checked readings thru the speaker wire so the speaker wire, so the speakers and speaker wires are ok too.



    problem occured after moved the speakers around the room to new locations and i may have turned the unit on without all the speakers hooked up - may have burned up some output transformers - not sure, but i thought i had got it working with the front panel controls for a while - not sure what i did - cann't replicate fix.

  • biotrix Jun 12, 2008

    same problem here its not on the mute mode but no sounds nor video coming out

  • cjmakaveli Sep 29, 2008

    I have the same problem, I connected my speakers correctly, but I get a faint sound. turn the volume on max and all I get is a distant sound than static on 1-2 second intervals. Is there a way to fix this? I contacted RCA and Thomson and they don't provide customer service for the RT2250 anymore. anyone out there with useful information?

  • sameerah Dec 10, 2008

    yes i do can you help me

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The digital sound processor is having issues. Push the "preset eq" button till the proccessor is on flat. Sound will come out but you still have to get the unit fixed. Check your left and right output as well. One of the outputs may be out.

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The blinking speakers mean the unit is waiting for an input. It could be that the input section is faulty, but I need more details.

What input is being used?
what speakers are connected and to where?
what is the audio source?

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I have no sound out of the front speakers. Mute button is off, speakers work fine. Only have sound (very little) if volume is turned way up.

NEVER USE MAXIMUM VOLUME FOR TROUBLESHOOTING.

Turn the volume control to something medium.

The errant switch, control or condition may change and you will suddenly release the amp's
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Have you followed the manual used the Test Tones to set it up? How did it sound at that time?

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