You said the capacitors are fried, understood. Is this something worth fixing or would I be better off just starting with a new receiver? I am looking into another receiver regardless but wanted this for a second set up. Thoughts?
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With this receiver it is cheaper to buy a new one. But instead of throwing it out I recommend that you list it for sell as is for parts. Keep the landfill free or ewaste and all. Sorry to bear the bad news.
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try resoldering all open circuits then on power supply section check the electrolytic. capacitors. which are 80 volts, 10000microfarads also check regulators which 5&12volts (la7805&la7812) and I suppose things will workout
Maybe, it worked for me. my rear speakers workt ramdomly, often not. so i re solder the relay for the rear speakers, now it works fine everytime, a hole movie and some random on and offs, it can't do any harme to try=)
I suspect intermittent 31V supply, filament supply or bad connections on fluorescent display. Check Q801 31V reg , R802, zener on base of Q801 located on DC board. Inspect all boards for bad solder joints, reflow and tighten pcb grounding screws.