Hi if you need a replacement plug for the system then you can buy them from any electrical store but if you want a transformer or anything product specific then you can contact Onkyo USA sevice centre on 201-785-2600.
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There shouldn't be a battery inside but a super capacitor that is supposed to keep the station memory...may be the capacitor is defective...it should be located on the tuner/radio board and may have a high value such as .47Farads at 5 volts...you may need a tech to replace if you have no working knowledge of circuits , but if you do , you should be able to obtain one at radio shack...they sometimes call these capacitors memory backup capacitors
Being a hospital electronics repairman (read I repair CT and MRI scanners), I recently had the pleasure of having our R-805x die on us with this exact same problem. I went through a lot of hoops to find the schematics on the system and what it came down to is the logic circuit on the main PC board, not the power board, has a logic control in there that is no longer able to determine the incoming voltage which prevents the system from locking in the relay on the power board. This is the reason for the clicking; the relay on the power module is energizing and de-energizing constantly.
I did not go any further than determining which board was causing the issue because ultimately it's going to cost about the same to repair (with shipping, headaches, man hours, etc) as a replacement system will be. I am currently researching replacment receivers for our MRI suite at this time.
i have a similar problem, i plug it in and let it click to its hearts content, it will speed up to a very fast rate then slow down and eventually stop... then the unit will work fine for a couple of days but the clicking will return its not a permanent solution but it works
Don't worry it has protection equiped that will not damaged your unit a fuse .Open the unit and look for the transformer inside near there where the fused is located. Free free to ask whatever the result.
This is an easy fix if you are somewhat handy.... The belt for the door/tray is slipping. If you remove the enclosure and face plate, you will see two motors below the disc drive. Press eject while observing the pulley to the left. You should see the problem with the motor shaft spinning and the belt slipping. Replacing the belt is possible without any further dissassembly. Simply bend some light wire into an L shape and you should be able to hook both pulleys and lace the new belt on. As far as obtaining a new belt I decided to do the simple thing and use a slightly smaller rubber band. The repair has held now for almost three months and the player is used everyday. Good luck.
I have the same problem on a refurbished unit I bought 2 years ago. I read at the time that this is a common problem and you just need to send to an Onkyo service center. There are links on the Onkyo or ShopOnkyo website.
Nowdays there are CLONE type remotes available form electrical stores.
These clone type remotes carry all the codes necessary to work TV, Vdeos, CD players and other domestic sound systems.
I would suggest that you visit one of these stores and see what they have for your ONKYO system, the cost is not great and you will walk out with a complete remote for your system that will work all the other controls as well..
The stores have a fold out paper list, (thats very long) showing model and manufacturer detail for what codes you need to enter into the new remote to make it compatible wuith your ONKYO system.