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Kenwood R 2000 reciever repair.

I accidentaly touch ed the radio and it got hit with a good static jolt. it no longer tunes. what i need to know if it is worth repairing and also where i can get it done.
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SOURCE: Kenwood VR-2090 was overloaded and

I don't think so because the audio amplifier IC of the device are damaged you need to send it to a repair center.Good luck

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

SOURCE: Sony Receiver STR-D550Z

I would open it up and look for large capacitors that have a bulged top, I've fixed several receivers that were buzzing or had static by replacing a couple of cheap capacitors that had blown.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: i have this reciever and it has alot of static, is

Static is good - that means the receiver is working. You just need a good antenna to get the radio stations better. It should work with a CD player - connect one hear what that sounds. If it's good, then the amplifier is in good shape.

Posted on Jan 08, 2011

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