Question about Technics SC-DV290 System
Hi I think this is a thermal protection problem.
Firstly disconnect all speakers, now make sure there is no small wirers shorting the speaker terminals, If this is ok reconnect the speaker wires making sure you dont short the connections.
Next thing to do is th check the output fuses, firstly make sure you have disconnected the device from the mains power as you may get a shock and death may result , once you have removed the unit from the power socker you can proceede with removing the top cover, you should find two fuses next each other it may be a good idea to rfplace both fuses also it would be a good time to clean out the chase and pcb's with a duster and a vacuum cleaner try not to damage any thing.
Once you have dne this put it back together and good luck.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Hi let me tell you that you technics if it plays for period of time then blocks usually this problem lead with auto protection before you really burn it.......firs check all the wires well connected to speakers,check each speaker with a baterry it will pop up...if you do all above i wish you luck... if the problem is most serius needs a resoldering action or even change something overheated components. take it for qualified professional and the cost may vary where you live....... saludos
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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