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No power to my Mitsubishi M-VR 900

I have not plugged it in for a year and now no power at all.

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Try to change the power fuse they look like a clear tube with metalic cap on each side and it is a wire inside them you need to look after a fuse with broken wire and replace it if all fuse are intact i dont know what to do

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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COULD ANYONE HELP ME WITH THE WATTS AND WHAT YEAR IT WAS PRODUCED


Hi here is the info..
Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :)
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TYPE:Receiver - Audio MODEL:M-VR 400 MANUFACTURER:Mitsubishi Electric Sales America, Inc. YEAR: 1998 DOLBY SURROUND,
50W-L/C/R
20W-REAR --------------------------
http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com.

Jul 31, 2011 | Mitsubishi M-VR400 Receiver

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Vr 700 won't power on.


Check the internal fuse. 8 Amp 5mm x 20mm. May difficult to find locally- not carried by R Shack. I just soldered an in-line 3AG fuseholder to the existing circuit board fuseholder, and that works fine. RJD

Jul 16, 2011 | Mitsubishi M-VR700

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I have a mitsubishi m vr-700 receiver and I had someone hook up the five speakers up to it last night. It was working fine. This morning I turned it on and no sound. how do I fix this?


I bought a Mitsubishi M-VR700, which produced no audio from the speakers, but with headphones, a tiny bit of audio was detectable with the volume control on max. This solution was posted on FixYa by Mojorisin65 some time ago: Facing the receiver directly behind the MITS logo & power button is a vertical board with a large IC on it, try flexing the board near the IC while turning the reciever on & off or changing input modes, there is a cold solder joint on this board which I haven't found yet. I understand this is a common problem with the MITS M-VR700-900, Onkyo TXDS-575, & Integra DTR5 or DTR5.1 ( all made by Onkyo).
I gently flexed the board as described, and Boom, all the audio was back as it should be. I suspect Mojorisin65 is correct about the cold solder joints, but with SMT components, it could be very difficult to find. I may very well be on one or more of the 48 pins on the large IC. This IC gets rather warm during operation, which may explain why some units may work until it heats up. The chip gets warm and 'twists' enough to lift the bad pin(s) from the circuit board. In an attempt to deal with this symptom, I superglued a TO-220 heat sink to the top of the IC (don't let it touch the case of C-716). The heat sink is dissipating a fair bit of heat, and so far, this 'fix' seems to be doing the trick. RJD 10.18.11

Jul 08, 2011 | Mitsubishi M-VR700

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How many watts in the MVR400 receiver?


DOLBY SURROUND,
50W-L/C/R
20W-REAR

TYPE: Receiver - Audio MODEL: M-VR 400 MANUFACTURER: Mitsubishi Electric Sales America, Inc. YEAR: 1998 Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :)
Thanks

May 10, 2011 | Mitsubishi M-VR400 Receiver

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Kenwood VR-209 Still does not work after the speakers are unplugged.


I have a VR205 with the same problem. I can make it stay on by doing this: as soon as the display lights up turn off the power and then turn it back on quickly. Do this 3 or 4 times. Mine usually stays on after this....the relays latch and all is well I suspect one of the step-start relays as I have checked everything else out and all is in order and the receiver works fine. I would love to find a shop manual for this series of receivers. Anyone know where such an animal exists?

May 21, 2008 | Kenwood VR-209 Receiver

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My Kenwood VR-209


your speakers wires are touching together. this system has a protecter so you don't blow out the amp. the blinking is how it lets you know that

Jan 28, 2008 | Kenwood VR-209 Receiver

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Receiver standby light,no power


WOOHOO!! I fixed this issue... same problem as everyone else has mentioned... to reset the Kenwood VR-606 receiver, unplug the unit. Hold the power button down and while holding the power button plug the unit in.
Say a prayer...
Then press the power button.
My display isn't working, but my speakers are working, and that's really all I care about right now... good luck to others!

Jan 18, 2008 | Kenwood VR-606 Receiver

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Kenwood VR-715 reset?


Hello llarosa,

Yes, there is. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, then
plug it back in while holding down the POWER ON/STANDBY key.
That will clear the contents of the memory, reset the microcomputer and take the unit back to factory settings. Hope this helps. Let me know.

cancerags

Dec 31, 2007 | Kenwood KRF-V5060D Receiver

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No sound from front right and left speakers


you may have a dc condition present on speaker outputs. this could be caused by dry solder joints, suggest blanket resolder of the output stages for front channels.

Dec 09, 2007 | Kenwood VR-6050 Receiver

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