is it cheaper to buy a new receiver or get it fixed?

Rob

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Today my rear channel started buzzing real badly. I changed it to
another speaker to make sure it wasn't the speaker. I got the buzz off
another speaker, so I know the channel is bad. Is that something I
should try to get fixed or would it be cheaper to buy a new one. It's
a JVC 8000 VBK, which has all I need, DTS, Dolby Digital, plenty of
inputs...
 
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If it's not worth spending up to 150.00 or so to repair, then replace it.

Mark Z.


"Rob" <teacherrob9@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> Today my rear channel started buzzing real badly. I changed it to
> another speaker to make sure it wasn't the speaker. I got the buzz off
> another speaker, so I know the channel is bad. Is that something I
> should try to get fixed or would it be cheaper to buy a new one. It's
> a JVC 8000 VBK, which has all I need, DTS, Dolby Digital, plenty of
> inputs...
>
 
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