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Marantx SR4600 Receiver

I began having problems with my receiver about a month ago. I would power it on and it would stay on for approximately 30 minutes and would go off. The length of time tha it will stay on has gradually reduced to the point that it goes off immeditely after you power it on. When you power it on "Main Vol." flashes accross the display. The unit is approximately 6 months old.

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Some indication of power supply issue. if it is 6 months old. It should be still under warranty. Should it not?

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