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Sony STR- DE315 No power after line in.

Sony surround and fm receiver was experiencing shut down problems before this. Any suggs and where can I get a schematic.

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SOURCE: Sony STR- DE315 Transformer Voltages

yes primary smoothing capacitors it place just after the rectifires.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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