Question about Harman Kardon AVR 5 Receiver
After a power jump( like a short "wave" of voltage that's higher then normal) occurred in my house the receiver stoped working and wont turn on at all. when i connect it to a power source it smells like something is burning. I opened it and couldn't see anything that seemed burned. what are the odds i could fix it myself by changing a fuse? do I have to take it to a repair lab? Oded
If you smell something burning its about 99.9% sure that there's permanent damage to the power supply and unless you know how to troubleshoot electronic curcuits it would be best to take to a pro or contact HK at email@example.com good luck
Posted on Apr 23, 2006
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