Question about Denon AVR-1604 Receiver
Yup, try opening the case and locating any fuses you can find. IMPORTANT! Make sure unit is unplugged from power source.
Fuses are somewhat like light bulbs in that they can an do burn out. Use ohm meter to test if fuse is good.
The fuses are usually just like automotive fuses so you can try to find an amperage printed or stamped on the fuse. Replace with same.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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