Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ok, I think I did what you said...but what I did do is plug it in and checked to see if I had 120v at the primary terminals on the Power Transformer Pioneer # ATS7263, and there is 120. However, on the DC side, I get nothing. I set my voltmeter to 50v DC to check, and even when crossing the terminals in all directions, not even a bump. Those 3 "little" fuses on the AC side that are underneath the little board soldered, I set my meter to ohm, and they all 3 have resistance while unplugged.
Am I correct to assume the power transformer is dead?
On the secondary of the transformer you would still have an ac voltage. The dc voltage will be after the bridge rectifier.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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