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No optical light from pioneer vsx516

No sound from receiver and speakers 7.1

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Hi,

Please double check that you've adjust the volume on the speaker and test sound with multiple sources (ie CDs, DVDs etc) to ensure that the volume/sound issue is cause by the speaker and not the item that it's attempting to play.

You can also check for any disconnected wires going from or to the speaker. Thank you.

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