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Humming noise after power outage

After a recent power outage, speakers only have a loud humming noise....peripherals seem to work (tv, etc.), display on receiver looks fine, can switch to each device, only dvd does not have humming noise. any ideas? thank you

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SOURCE: only one speaker works in dvd/cd mode, both work when you use AM/

could be dry solder joints on the input of the amp?

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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