Question about Kenwood 104AR Receiver
Using one speaker, sound is present on the left side both A and B. Using same speaker, sound is NOT present on the right side both A and B. A solution would be appreciated. I am suspecting the power amps for the right side. What do you think?
The 104ar don,t have fusees for right and left chanels there are two
in the unit one is on the power supply broad it,s where the line cord
is wired to and the other one is on the other side of the transformer
the two relays protec the outputs the 104ar has 4 outputs the curcit
is push pull. you have npn and pnps the drivers are between the
outputs. the drivers are the small ones the outputs are the big ones
there on the heat sink on the front of the maine broad the output
relays are in the maine broad in the back there are two of then and
they are black in color the power supply one is blue.use a dvm or
a vtvm when working on the 104ar DO NOT use a vom
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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