Question about Sherwood RX-4103 Receiver
Receiver worked fine last time I used it. Now when I push the power button, the standby light goes out, display does not light, then after a few seconds I hear a click and the standby light turns on. I opened it up and found a 6.3A fuse blown. The fuse appears to be near the input power components. I replaced the fuse, pushed the power button and the fuse lit up and blew, so there's a short somewhere. I did this with nothing hooked to the receiver so it's not an external short. Has anyone seen this? How can I get a schematic for trouble shooting? Thanks in advance for any help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you denon guys go into your manuel and look-up protection mode and how to reset your recievers oh did you use the adussey microphone to set it up it will make a world of difference in sound oh i own a home theatyer store in michigan called theaterxtreme 1-248-456-1800 my name is terry
Posted on Mar 05, 2012
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