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Issue with the power. Reset doesn't work.

Power button does no more than click. When I use the power-enter buttons to reset, sometimes it goes into this repeating clicking cycling the power about every 1 sec.

Is there a simple solution (i.e. changing out a transistor or latching relay)? Or... do I just generate another piece of junk?

Thanks for your time.

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  • clue Nov 11, 2008

    Thank you and I would appreciate the help. I do have the service manual downloaded. What I meant by junk is that if I cannot repair this receiver, then I will be generating another piece of garbage. I would much rather prefer not to generate the refuse and keep the beautiful Aiwa receiver. I've used it for years and have had much pleasure out of it.



    Thanks for any assistance you can provide.

  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2008

    i have the same problem

  • atownballer8 Dec 03, 2008

    so what was the problem because mine is doin the same thing and its is pissin me off cuz i dont kno whats wrong

  • atownballer8 Dec 03, 2008

    so what was the problem mine is doin the same thing it is pissin me off because i dont kno whats wrong i look thru the manual an still can find it

  • canex500 Dec 31, 2008

    I have had the same problem for years. i don't have a fix for it but i do have a way to avoid it. in order to turn it on you have to press ''enter'' and ''power'' simultaneously. The clock then appears and needs to be set. set it and then press enter. then press power before it shuts down (within about 1-3 secs). Now it should be on. now you have to turn off economy mode (power saver). by doing this when you turn the receiver off, it will power down to a sleep mode and dispaly only the clock. this way it never completely shuts down(ie. relay stays contacted). this way you'll only have to curse and swear everytime the power goes out or the unit is unplugged. hope this helps

  • jr2112 Feb 28, 2009

    i have the same problem and the power and reset do not work it still just clicks wish i could fix this its aggravating and how do you turn the energy saver mode off??

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If you know basic electronics and can recognize parts inside receiver, then I'm here to help you but please don't call it as junk. Its beautiful piece of Aiwa.

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  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Nov 08, 2008

    You need AV-D77 service manual to rectify the problem.




  • c_young73
    c_young73 Oct 17, 2012

    have both manuals and it doesnt help.. would be willing to exchange numbers if you can walk me thru process

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