Question about RCA RT2500 System
When ever i turn the stereo up, it totally cuts out and shuts off the unit. i am using 6ohm speakers like the back of the unit suggests. why does it do this? is it a easy fix? thanks mdubz
I'd suspect your power supply capacitors are on their last leg. replace them. -
This was posted by videoguy1742. :
this problem is CURED simply by replacing 2 capacitors inside on the main board. They are easily identified by a bulge on the top end of the capacitors. The capacitors are located between the heat sinks. The size is 6800uf/16v.
I am a RadioShack dealer and sold a few of these in 2000/2001. I bought one for myself. I have repaired only 2 that had the same problem as listed by HAGUC above. They both are working great and for the record. . .are NOT peices of JUNK,. . .hehe. . .they just need a little TLC. Parts available from larger electronics parts houses, not at RadioShack
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
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