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Receiver died out

I own an AVR200 receiver, I used it on Christmas for about 4 hours and it just died out on me. Could this be a fuse problem? the power LED light is showing a green color which is normal but, the rest of LED screen does not show any longer. Please help.

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Maybe a fuse in amplifier section is blown out already,caused by busted four darlington transistor or if this amplifier use a STK IC. This is the common problem of the amplifier,try to check this if ever a defected then replaced it with a identical rating.

Hope it may help you;

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