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My brother-in-law said he again has no sound. I will contact Onkyo about a repair. Any suggestions?
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Finally, onkyo replied me after 3 weeks, they will repair my receiver, but not reimburse me the $ 75 I paid at the workshop. I hope that the receiver will work at least another 4 years for my money back!

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And anther one

Want to say I bought this in August 2009 or close to it. Just died today, no sound but all the inputs switch. I'm not sure if this is an HDMI board problem since the tuner doesn't work and that is all internal with no HDMI in or out.

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My brother-in-law said he again has no sound. I will contact Onkyo about a repair. Any suggestions?
I was able to get a "one time warranty repair" for my receiver. The repair took two weeks and the receiver is back in operation. Seems to work fine and hopefully my brother-in-law well get many more years of service. Repairs were done by "Just Audio" in Baltimore, MD.
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My unit has stopped recognizing remote control On (from standby) or volume control commands. Before I do a reset, anyone have any suggestions
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Good news! I hope for most of you not too little too late though:

http://www.uk.onkyo.com/en/articles/...am-119261.html

Onkyo TX-SR707 Receiver, Sony BDP-S550, Chario Hiper 2000T fronts, Chario Hiper Dialogue Center, Monitor Audio RXFX Surrounds, Rel Quake 200E Subwoofer, Infocus X10 FullHD
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Good news! I hope for most of you not too little too late though:

http://www.uk.onkyo.com/en/articles/...am-119261.html

Here's the link to the US version:

http://www.onkyousa.com/Support/service_info.php
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