Question about Sansui RZ-5300AV Receiver
I have an older Sansui RZ-5500AV stereo receiver (circa 199-) that won't play the FM radio in stereo. All other components work fine. I think there is a capacitor that was blown when we had a power surge. Is this repairable?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Part of the circuit is a stereo multiplexer decoder, that decodes the fm stereo signal, I guess that is what you mean when you talk about capacitor linked to the fm band.
I do not have the sbchematics for this circuit, if you are good at electonics just grab the tester and check the whole circuit. On a radio is not difficult to find a blown capacitor.
Test also the stereo/mono switch.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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