Question about Technics SA-EX300 Receiver
I disconnected all the speaker and the problem continues (the screen shows the message overload), please somebody be able to help me?
Thanks in advance,
Check the fan connections at the back. The connections (just two flimsy metal prongs) came apart (I believe), so I have had to re-enforce them with electrical tape so the connections stay together until I investigate a further replacement fan. For now the connections are extremely sensitive to motion/viberation/impact/etc... but it does work now.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
1. unplug the stereo
2. check all speaker connections
3. open the cover
4. clean it [fan dust]
5. unplug the MAIN POWER connections, [ INSIDE THE STEREO ] let sit for 1 minute
6. PROBLEM SOLVED
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
If you are a technician, try remake every soldering of the Audio output Module ( The big Grey IC ) and to all the components who are fixed to the Big Aluminum Heat sink.This tipe of big thin heat sinjk tend to dilate ( change of size) and move up and down quite a bit due to the high operating temperature of this class of ampli.
Sorry for my bad english writing.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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