Question about Pioneer DEH-P3500 CD Player
Need help on location of internal amp on the circuit board. The problem is that i am not getting an output on my speaker leads but i am on my rca leads. I think tme internal amp is the problem. any help will be appreciated. thanks.
Look for a large integrated circuit that is bolted to the heat sink. It probably has about 15 to 20 leads coming out of the bottom edge. Be sure that if you replace it that you apply some fresh heat sink "grease" between the IC and the heat sink. Good luck and I hope you have a soldering iron and solder sucker.
Posted on May 23, 2007
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