Question about Audio & Video Receivers
I had this problem and found that it was a capacitor broken on the main circuit board. It was capacitor 639 which is a 20nF ceramic capacitor. I only had a 100nF so switched the faulty one for this, replaced the fuse F2 and it now works fine. If the fuse is blowing It is most likely this capacitor or the one above it, or the diodes next to them. When this capacitor breaks it puts 28Vac across the fuse and blows it. If you can use a soldering iron its not too difficult to fix. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2011
Hi I don't have a solution but the same thing has happened to me. I opened it up and found that the "fuse 2" had blown. I replaced the fuse but it blew as soon as I plugged the unit back in. If anyone knows why this would happen after 2 years I would love to know.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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