Question about KLH R3100 Receiver
You do not know what you have to replace. You test the component on board, starting from the amp, you need a multimeter and service manual schematic to do this.
After finding faulty component you will need to use solderer and thermal paste to replace it, and you need experience, or you end up damaging the board.
Ave you done anything like this before?
I am going offline now, if you have more queries I can answer tomorrow
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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