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Cambridge Audio Azur 340A amp not responding to remote

My Cambridge Audio Azur 304a amp has suddenly stopped responding to the volume controls on the remote control though every other remote function works. This happened when I was testing another brand amp next to the Azur. Strangely, the other amp (a Marantz) is responding to Azur remote volume controls...so I know the volume buttons on the Azur Remote is working - except not on my Azur amp itself. I shud also add that during my testing the Marantz, the Azur was responding to my Marantz remote (but this has stopped since). Any idea how to rectify this and get my Azur to respond again to its rightful remote?

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I would repair the volume control motor driver circuit.
They often fail.

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