Question about Technics SA-DX940
Receiver goes to protect mode and shut down when it gets problem in amplifier output section and that happens usually in front left or right channels.
Unplug receiver from AC power outlet for couple of minutes and replug back in and turn power up. Still no joy, then out put section is damaged and you need to replace defective output chip.
You can download Service Manual of SA-DX940 from Manual Zone for small fee if you wish to repair it yourself. Required parts can be obtained Part-Store.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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