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Receiver Realistic STA 2700: no sound / signal argggh

I bought the receiver just recently. It came without any speakers. I hooked up one speaker to test if it works. But all I got was a realtively loud hum. It doesn't matter which "channel" (TV, Radio, Phono,...) I choose. I hooked up a headphone, same result. When I switch it to FM the signal strenght indicator changes. Hower the left /right speaker channels don't change, so I assume there is no signal. I also hooked up the ground screw on the back but that didn't change anything either. Can someone please give me some advise how to proceed from here?

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Sounds like a power supply issue, maybe the transformer when bad, it may need replacing.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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