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post #1 of 4 Old 03-17-2013, 04:38 AM - Thread Starter
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Over the last few weeks I have had an issue with my receiver which is symptomised as follows.

I get intense white noise from my left mid surround speaker (I have a 7.1 setup) this lasts from a few seconds to several minutes the receiver then goes into standby mode. The receiver can then be re-started with no further issues for some time simply by pressing the On/Off/Standby button.

This is becoming more frequent.

Any suggestions please
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Try swapping the L/R "side" surround speakers to confirm it's not a speaker issue.

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Yes, I tried that. The problem stays with the channel not the speaker
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Check to make sure you don't have any loose speaker stands touching another speaker post. Or if you have in-wall wiring, check the integrity of that wire with an ohm meter. Otherwise, try resetting the microprocessor (p. 80 OM). If still no joy, you're likely out of the 2 year warranty period, so if purchased with a credit card, check with the issuer to see if they will extend the warranty an extra year (AMEX will as will some MC/Visa).

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