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PDWM8300; no sound


It sounds like you accidentally managed to wreck it but if you are lucky and there is a fuse you may be able to repair it however there is not a market for specialized fuses. If you are especially lucky and it uses a basic fuse these can be found at any general electronic shop. In the future please watch that the area is set up so that the system will not receive feedback, so noones laptops connected to the meeting having their individual sound on or in general having any microphones set too close to speakers.

Nov 21, 2013 | Pyle Audio Players & Recorders

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On one side of the receiver a dyoid blew, is it because of a fuse?


No more likely the fuse would blow because of the diode! Fuses blow when there's an overload. These are general caused by semi-conductor device such as a transistor or diode that starts acting like it's just a piece of wire. Or as engineers call them short-circuits.

Aug 18, 2013 | KLH R6500 Receiver

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My Technics RS-B10 cassette deck needs a new fuse. How many amps is it? Can I buy a general one from a hardware store?


No fuse is listed in the parts list.

If you are really sure you need one, just pull out the old fuse and read what it says. And find out why the old fuse blew.

There is NO SUCH THING as a "general fuse". You will cause a nasty fire if you try it. Maybe lose your life.

Aug 09, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Every time I switch on the receiver it blows a fuse. There is obviously a short somewhere but I have no idea where. Any general problem areas with this receiver?


Sounds like its time to get it repaired.

If the fuse keeps blowing and you replace it and it blows - its telling you there is a problem.

HAve you checked the fuses are exactly the same - is it slow blow? Is it the correct ampereage?

If the fuse is not exactly correct then get some for a final test.

If you've alreqady done this get it to the repair shop before the fuse blows too slowly and some serious damage is done.

GOOD LUCK

Mar 13, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Set dead


Hi,you can use the following instructions below to troubleshoot the receiver set that is dead.

Instructions



Turn the receiver off and disconnect the power cable from the wall and the back of your receiver.

Test the cable with a multimeter to verify that it is working properly and supplying the receiver with full power. Multimeters are widely available through electronics supply shops, hardware stores and various online retailers. Different multimeters give different readings, so check your operations manual if you are unsure how to test a power cable for continuity. Replace the power cable with a working one of the same type if the original cable is not working properly.

Connect the multimeter to the pins where the power cable connects to the amplifier if the cable is working properly. This is the same area from which you disconnected the power cable in the first step. This is a particular process and all multimeters use different readings to test for pin-out continuity.

Check the fuses on the back of the amplifier if the multimeter shows a correct reading when you test the power cable and power connection on the back of your amplifier. Look carefully for a cracked filament within the glass tube; even a small crack can result in power failure or intermittent operation. A blown fuse will generally look gray or black around the edges or inside the glass tube. Blown fuses will not provide power to the amplifier and are a common cause of no power or a single dead channel, depending on the location and type of fuse.


Tips & Warnings

Opening the amplifier is not recommended, as there is a risk of electrical shock and you may void the manufacturer's warranty from Yamaha or any warranty provided by the retailer you purchased the amplifier from.

Always replace fuses with the same voltage fuse. Using the wrong type of fuse can damage your amplifier.

Do not try to open the receiver and fix the power supply if you believe that you have a power supply problem. This is generally quite dangerous if you do not know exactly what you are doing or are not working with the proper tools.

Hope it helped..

Feb 18, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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No sound


This is generally a problem that you should refer to qualified service technicians. The problem may be as simple as a blown fuse, or as complex as replacing many of the components of a power amplifier. Untrained individuals should not attempt to repair equipment labeled with something like "no user serviceable parts" etc.

Oct 07, 2010 | Insignia 200W Stereo Receiver

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I have recently bought a car that has a jvc kd-r601 stereo and I have disconnected battery and now it wont work, any ideas?


Reconnecting the battery causes a surge which can pop fuse. Generally there will be a fuse panel under the hood and underneath or on the side of a dash. There is also a fuse on the back of the stereo

May 14, 2010 | JVC KD-R600 Car CD/ MP3 Player

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Hello, My receiver wont come out of


If you push the power button and you hear it "click" that means it's getting power. Now, that being said... Couple things to check: first: disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver and attempt to power up, if it does, that's a good sign that your receiver is ok and your problem lies in the speakers or in the speaker wire. If you still can't get it to power up, pop the top of the unit. Most receiver's have 6 or 7 #1 phillips head screws on the sides and rear of the receiver. Pull these off. Look directly at the area where the power cord plugs into the unit (make sure the unit is unpluggged) There is usually a fuse right nearby. If it's a white fuse or gray fuse you may need to do a quick continuity check with a meter to test. If your familliar with meter's, just switch it to continuity/tone. If the fuse is good, you will hear a tone from the meter. If not, there's your problem. If your not sure how to test with a meter, either take it to Radio Shack or similar store, ACE hardware etc. they can test it for you and will generally have replacements in stock. If the fuse is good, your speakers are disconnected and you still have no turn on, your receiver needs to be serviced. If that's the case, whether you service or replace the receiver, get a good "Theater" line conditioning surge!!! like Panamax, Monster, APC, or Furman. A good unit will start around 250. Small price to pay for saving expensive electronics! Hope this helps. If you need further help, just post a comment and I will be glad to help.

Dec 04, 2009 | Onkyo TX-SR601 Receiver

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Where is the fuse on a Philips FR 965 AV receiver


Hi Hibbs8829
Generally fuses are located on the PCB attached to the power transformer terminations. In some instances the only primary fuse may be a thermal fuse located inside the power transformer that may have failed. This one you cannot see from the outside. They are replaceable, but you will need to get into the transformer somewhat to sort it out. Other than that, there are often fusible resistors and circuit protector devices on the PCB. These can be a little difficult to find if you don't know what you are looking for. Good luck

regards
robotek

Jul 15, 2008 | Philips Audio Players & Recorders

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Memory loss since changing fuse!!!


The unit will have 2 fuses, or at least a second power supply that is generally connected to continuous power, best bet is straight from the +ve batt terminal. If this power supply has been disconnected or has a blown fuse, then you will also loose memory functions from you radio.
  1. Check first under the bonnet for a memory backup fuse holder that has generally less than 1 amp fuse,
  2. no luck, then about the rear of your fuse box for a fuse holder,
  3. or worst, behind the unit up under the dash. The wire from the back of the stereo on Sonys is generally the RED one for memory backup
restoring this power supply to your stereo will then allow for all your presets to be retained in memory

Good luck, happy to talk to you more about the problem, a "FixYa" rating will help my profile

regards
Graeme

Feb 14, 2008 | Sony CDX-GT300 CD Player

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