Question about Sherwood RVD-9090R
Left rear channel died and won't play test tone or anything else. The wiring is OK. I substituted a known good speaker and still no sound. I am wondering if there might be a separate speaker/amplifier fuse for each channel. If this is a possibility, I will crack the case to try replacing the fuse. It's been a great receiver and I'm not in a position to replace it at present. I am handy and somewhat fearless in fixing things. Any help will be much appreciated.
Its due to your player there is nothing wrong with fuse... don't crack the case...try this just connect M1 & M2 to the aux input of your home theater
Posted on May 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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