Got it back from the shop, and it sounds fine, but....the meters don't work, and I tried switching from one power setting to the others, thinking it was just a dirty connection, but no luck. The service manual shows how to set them, but I am not a tech.
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Sounds strange indeed. All other devices; except the TV works fine with all power sockets at your house!! Just replace the power pin, at the end of the TV power cord and check. There is nothing more to check for you. It it too do not help you, contact any service technician. Electro help
well fellow truck driver here goes. When you take any radio back to a repair shop they are required by law to set it back to its original settings. I could fix it for you if you ever got to Massachusetts but you need it now so I would tell you this.Take it to a very good cb shop , tell them what went on and that you would like that big radio sound back. thats it.
This may not work but i had a similar problem. My 32inch sansui LCD TV would switch off after about 10-20 minutes. I had to unplug it to get it going again. So i decided to open it as the warranty was long gone anyway. Very easy to open the back. I checked to see if anything was "swollen" as some sights suggested, but found nothing burnt , blown or swollen. Then i thought about heat? So i left in on without putting the metal backing plate back. It worked! when i put the plate back.....20 minutes and it shut down. So i just left the metal backing plate off! And no its not dangerous as the sansui has a protective plastic backing, that covers the metal one, that is better ventilated and protects the bits and pieces. Its been a week now and its fine.
It sounds like the power amps is heating up and shut down, try attaching powered PC speakers the AUDIO Line out RCA jacks and see if sound stays on, if it does, you have problem in the power amp sections.
I suspect that there is a switching problem to the meter that is not working. The meter is shared with other fuctions on the amp, and there is quite a signal path/switch array connecting it. I would suggest tweaking rotary switches(particularly dolby related) to see if you can isolate the problem down to a particular one, then give it a clean with CRC2-26
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