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    I have a receiver that powers up but the outputs are not working. Any suggestions?
    I AM GOING NUTs without my tunes!!!

    THANKS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinRod View Post
    I have a receiver that powers up but the outputs are not working. Any suggestions?
    I AM GOING NUTs without my tunes!!!

    THANKS!!
    Press the 'mute' button again.

    On the serious note, do you really expect us to tell you what to do without knowing what type of receiver it is (brand/model), your setup, etc.?
    Panasonic PT-AE4000U projector for movies
    EluneVision 92" Cinema Gray fixed screen
    Onkyo TX-SR805 Pre/Pro
    Rotel RMB-1075 Amp
    B&W CDM1-SE fronts
    B&W CDM-CNT center
    B&W CDM1 rears
    Samsung DTB-H260F OTA HDTV tuner
    DUAL NHT SubTwo subwoofers
    Velodyne SMS-1
    Oppo BDP-93 Blu-Ray player
    Belkin PF60 Power Center
    Harmony 890 RF remote
    Panasonic TC-P50G20 TV + PS3 in the living room

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