There is a problem for this receiver. When I turn on the power switch on receiver, stanby lamp shortly blinks once, but receiver is still off.
I searched forum site to fix this problem and common result was checking the protection circuit, mainly output transistor and the resistors, capacitors.
When I opened the receiver, I couldn't discriminate the protection circuit. But I can discriminate the elements such as transistor (BJT/MOSFET), resistor, capacitor and so on.
Which one is output transistor ?
Could you let me know which part is protection part ? Then I can check whether the circuit is shorted or not by myself using multimeter.
In addition, if any, could you give another cause for the problem ?
Because the warranty is over, I have to fix it. I don't want to pass it away.
Look for a large aluminum heat sink with the output transistors bolted to it. You should see anywhere from 4 or more large transistors bolted to it. I doubt that the protection circuit is malfunctioning. I would bet that it is doing exaclty what it is supposed to do. If you do find some bad output transistors, be sure to check all the components that work in conjunction with those transistors. Good luck.
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The WAN lamp should be on, but blinking when the router is sending/receiving from the Internet.
The LAN lamp should be on, but blinking when the computer is sending/receiving from the router.
Disconnect the cable from the LAN port.
Turn the router off.
Turn the router on, and watch the lamps -- they all should light up, briefly, and then the WAN lamp should blink for a short time, as the router obtains a new IP-address from your ISP.
Connect the cable to the LAN port, and watch the LAN lamp blink for a short time, as the computer obtains a new IP-address from the router.
Check the lamp door switch. This switch is really cheaply made. The switch is not available. short rhe wires to fix the problem. then never change the lamp witout unplugging the ac power in the future.