Standby led sony MHC-GNZ888D blinking (intermitent)
The standby led was blinking, and I cannot switch on the unit. But it is intermittent, sometime the unit working properly and suddenly switch off and standby led blinking again. Which the part was problem?
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Check the back of the stereo to make sure none of the speaker wires are shorted, if okay! it is one or two audio output ic's that are shorted causing the protection circuits to activate to prevent further damage.
The problem you are describing is typical of audio output ic problem when there is a high current load the protection circuit kicks in preventing further damage. But lets check a couple things! turn down volume, power off, and remove speaker wires from the back. now power on, if protection kicks in the audio ic needs to be replaced, if it powers up properly checks wires for shorts and speaker issues and hook up one at a time until protect comes on revealing the problem.
My Sony Mini MHC-GX470 have been working until a power outage yesterday and now it will start coming on the goes back to standby mode. I can hear it going through the system, starts the radio and immediately goes to STANDBY. I need HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Turn the unit off and dis-connect the speaker wires, press power and turn down volume, if it comes out of standby mode and comes on it means there is a short in the wires or one of the speakers. But! if it stays in standby with everything dis-connected it proves that one or more of the audio output ic packs is shorted and needs a tech to resolve the issue.