Question about Onkyo TX-8511 Receiver
Need part number for 6.3a/125v fuse inside onkyo TX-SV525 reciever
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Look under the wide ribbon cable going to the front panel. There is a cluster of components on the main board that make 12V and 6V power for different things. There is a pair of 12 ohm and a 1 ohm resistor. These run very hot and over time will take out the motherboard underneath. If these resistors disconnect the unit will cycle on and off rapidly. I found this out when I was replacing the resistors and repairing the circuit board.
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