Question about Sony STR-DA3000ES Receiver
Unit has been working fine. Suddenly will not power up. I've tried unplugging it, etc.
Does the unit light up...standby light...anything?? If the unit is completely dead then you have a bad stand-by power circuit...98% of the time the stand-by transformer is bad. It is a tiny transformer usually near the back of the unit and MOST of the time right where the ac line goes through the back panel. To test this part you need an volt-ohm-meter or digital multi-meter. The input side of this transformer (side where ac goes into) must have continuity (current will pass through it). It most likely will read "open" on the meter. This part is available from tritronicsinc.com. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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