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Stuck in standby mode on Fisher RS-911A receiver

My Studio-Standard Fisher model RS-911A stereo receiver is stuck on standby mode regardless of power cycling or any attempts to play audio.

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Does it power up or straight to standby? If it is on but in standby it could be speaker protection issues...check speaker wires and/or speakers for issues. If it's straight to standby and no power, it's repair shop time.

Posted on Jun 04, 2014

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if its a new purchase with a warranty, then take it to them first to prevent any loss of coverage, and if not open it up and check for a round cylinder glass fuse, or white ceramic fuse, possibly might have blown it.
good luck!

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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i do not see any reason why not. take it to a shop that you know they work on stereo recievers..or call around for the best place..

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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