Question about JVC RX-9010V Receiver
I checked for a fuse, can't find; I was pumping Public Enemy loud, after that tune, the receiver just stopped. The usual symptom is that the receiver will shut down and say overload, this time it just shut down. I can turn it on, but it just shows lights on the function button, but that's the extent. There is no display, no sound, shows power but that is it. Then it just shuts down.......Help
Your receiver have a bad channel, maybe is a couple of damage
Your need indentificate and change the transistors.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
The above describes my same issue w/ my JVC RX-9010 receiver.
How do you determine if a transistor is bad? What equipment besides an analog multimeter would I need? I am out of work so replacing this is not an option. I can solder as well so if I can ID the transistor I gather I can repair this cheaply? Many Thanks!
Posted on May 12, 2010
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