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Sony 909ip protect on becase of shorted output was it because i tried soldering while unplug

Unplug for almost a month i solder external hookup and when trying to test unit it instantly when into protect but i dont think i caused short i think audio card or something that looks like the amp its bad any help appreciated

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Is there an access cover with screws in it underneath?
MOst of the receivers have something like that.
I would also check the output PCB assby for shorts or opens.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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