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My sansui g 5700 heating up so quickly and the left channel kinda distorted tone control not working on this channel. Any idea what could be the culprit? Thanks

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SOURCE: NEXXTECH 2 IN 1 BIG BUTTON Universal REMOTE CONTROL TV code for sansui tv

Have a solution for you.Turn your TV on then Press and hold 'P' on remote until light stays on. Press device to be controlled (TV/Cable) light will flicker but stay on. Now keep pressing channel up (up to 300 times) until device changes channel. Then press Enter to save code. Hope this helps

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SOURCE: Help for Sansui URC-3605 one for all remote control codes. Need T.V code.

I need help to sete my remote for my SansuI T.V codes please thanks.

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SOURCE: Sansui HDLCD1908 not recieveing Digital channels

Go into the menu. Go to CHANNEL and press enter. Go to AUTO CH MEMORY and press enter. Press the right arrow on remote to change the signal type to AIR. Go down to AUTOMATIC SEARCH and press enter. Wait for it to finish on its own. You should have all the analog and digital channels you can get with the antenna setup you have connected to the tv.

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SOURCE: Innovage Jumbo Universal Remote Control Codes for the Sansui VCR

Hi there, This should be the PDF file with all the codes you need. Hope this helps!
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I own a classic Sansui intergrated amplifier (AU-717). It has a short in one channel. At low volume, the sound shorts out. I've had this unit for about 20 years now. Otherwise, it's a great product!


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Cool amp mate, and becoming collectable now to. Sansui amps from the era where the best in the world of HiFi. iT may have lost bias control to the offending channel, it may have dirty source switches, tape monitor switch, or even speaker switching. The speaker protection relay may also have a dirty contact, will usually burst back into life with a quick rotation of the vol control. Can you pin the problem down a little more with the info i have given you, try all the controls to see if it impacts on operations, you will need to fix those problems first. Low bias would make that channel sound distorted at low levels also. Is this what is happening to you??

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