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Distorted Front Right channel

Hi i Have a nice onkyo reciever and i need some tech help i cant figure what it is sound is distorted even in the headphone jack too its getting a clean input ie digatal it does it in all modes i havr traced it down to being in the output section either pre or main i want to know if you techs think its a cap causeing a mis match audio signal to the transisters going bad thanks for any help dan

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  • dan dak Apr 26, 2007

    ok i need more help i was looking things over and hear a pop and seen smoke not good i know but now i have a 50v 47uf cap that vented and found the two driveing trans that drive the output trans are shorted the out put trans are checking good the a1930 and the c5171 are the two that shorted if i replace these will the fix my problem as i cant find anything ele blow or bad also may these trasn been weak and finally went thanks for any help oh yea where is a good place to order these from

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Check some caps in the aduio section alon with transistitors

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