Question about Sony A/V Receiver
I have an older Harman/Kardon AVR25 II receiver. It powers up just fine, but within a couple minutes just shuts down. The on/off button turns red. This receiver had thie same problem while still under warranty and was repaired, but now the issue is back again. Do I have an easy fix or should I start shopping for a new receiver? Thanks.
I would recommend shopping for a new receiver. Sounds like there is a relay, capacitor, and or power supply problem that keeps causing damage to the circuits which if continues could cause speaker damage and issues with equipment that you have hooked up to it. But if you choose to have it worked on again, i recommend purchase of a UPS (uniterruptable power supply) that is capable of regulating to voltage.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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