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Receiver will not turn on

My Marantz SR7300 receiver will not turn on. When I plug it in I hear a relay click but nothing else. Internal fuse is ok, nothing appears smoked.

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It is probably shorted out. the fact that you hear a relay click is bad news for you. Take it in and tell them that you cannot get power from the switch through to the main board.

Posted on Jul 26, 2007

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