the click is probably the protection circuit relay. First thing to do is check the speaker wiring at the back of the receiver. Use a strong flashlight and look for an tiny single strands of copper wire touching the receiver or other speaker terminals - do the same thing at each connection to the speakers.
If the AVR7000 is original and not been opened...
Open it and check the fuse panel in the center beside the power transformer, there are like 5 fuses and these can cause issues with age since the 7000 is now 10 years old. The fuses tend to faitgue and frequently open after continuous years of use, replace each of these with replacements available @ Radio Shack or any good electronic supply house. Be sure to check each fuse value and replace with an equivalent..
Just my $0.02...
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