DTT3500 Speaker sysem-no digital out

Hello All,
I have had my system for I guuess about 3 or 4 yrs. now. All of a sudden, it seem the decoder portion of the system is not working. When I select SPDIF in Power DVD, there are no sounds from the speakers, and, the Dolby digital light at the bottom of the decoder box, no longer lights up. If i select 4 or 6 speahker setup in Power DVD, all sounds from all speakers do come out. I suspect the the decoder is shot. Any thoughts on this?
Thanks,
Alski

Hello, I also have the same problem, do you have solved this problem?

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