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Onkyo TX-SV515PRO2 -- circa 1994 When I turn it on sometimes there is no sound. I turn up the volume (sometimes loud) until this triggers the sound to suddenly work. Speakers work great.

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Hello, I am sorry about your issue. It sounds like the receiver needs to be serviced. I suggest that you contact Onkyo at 800-229-1687 option #3 so that we can troubleshoot with you and provide options. Thank you, Onkyo USA

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