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Clicking Problem with a Receiver Sony STR-DE897

I saw the other post but I've isolated my problem down to a specific part / Relay and I need to replace either the Speaker PWB or the relay itself. I can force the clicking by taping on the one of the two relays. The other seems to be ok.

Do you know where I can find or order the PWB Part #1-861-284-11 or the offending relay OSA-SS-212DM3?

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  • Achilo Jan 28, 2009

    I wish I had the schematics.. *Sigh



    But the Relay circuit would be RY2880 and RY2881

    This is the Speaker PWB for the Front Speakers A and B

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    Please mention Relay circuit number like RY101 or some thing to check its Sony part number and intimate speaker board name as well.
    Do you have schematics of STR-DE897 receiver?


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Relay part number is as follows..
1-755-170-11 RELAY (12V)
Available in Part Store for $20
Above info are taken from service manual of STR-DE897

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