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Receiver will not output any sound

The receiver powers up fine and no fuses are blowen yet no power is being outputted to the speakers.

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  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2007

    Did not understand your directions well.

  • sprainedrose Dec 03, 2007

    I have the same issue. The unite powers up and drives sound into speakers in other rooms but won't drive the sound in the main room.

  • stevehayes Feb 29, 2008

    Same here.

    Was just using the amp, then loss of sound from the TV input, and from all other inputs.

    Amp seems to be working okay. But no sounds from any of the speakers, including the passive sub woofer attached!!

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1st Try to push (ON) A/B speaker Selector terminal. 2nd try to reset the speaker relay by put the volume on 15% and short-cicuit the speaker terminal for just 1 sec. with the power ON. Good luck

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