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Sony STR - D665

While playing a CD, the receiver suddenly stopped working. The usual LED lights that display "CD" , "TV", "Tuner" no longer showed up on the front. I checked the settings to make sure it was not a user error, turned everything off for a while, but it still does not work. Can this be fixed easily, or do I need t go out and get a new receiver?

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  • lisa caraccio Jun 11, 2006

    Thank you for the feedback. I tried both ideas but the problem remains unsolved... When removing the fuse, the surrounding glass was very dark and i could not tell if the needle was broken. I bought new fuses, 5V 125A, but when I replaced it, the fuse immediately blew as soon as I powered on the receiver. Is there a trick to replacing a fuse? This is my first time so maybe it's blowing up for some reason i don't know about. I've blown up 4 now :-)
    Thanks again for your help!

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Hi Spike, The first thing I would try is to reset the system. Turn off the receiver and then hold down the power button for 5 seconds. "Enter to clear all" will appear in the display. Press enter and "Memory Cleared" should appear in the display. You are now back to factory settings. If this does not work, try checking the fuse. Take the two screws off from the back top of the unit, and the two screws on each side of the unit, and pull the cover off from the back. You will see the fuse in the back right side (if you are looking at it from the rear) Pull the fuse out and see if the wire is broken. HOPEFULLY one of these solutions will fix the problem. Please let me know how it works. Best regards, nightdiver

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