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Not switching on!

I heard a small bang when I switched my TEAC AG-980 on and now it will not switch on. The standby light is on which rules out the fuse. When I press standby either on the remote or on the unit itself it appears to switch on (display shows either AUX or TUNER) but then immediately goes back into standby after 2 seconds. Any odeas what is wrong?

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A short has transpired before the fuse. Now in protect mode. See a tech.

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I have a Teac AG-780 Reciever. I've lost the Remore and I can't switch to Phono mood.


Remotes.com has an original remote and a substitute replacement remote: http://www.remotes.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=ag780 . However, if the Phono button on the AG-780 does not switch the receiver into Phono mode, you may have an additional problem that needs to be fixed. I'd recommend that you check the wiring, including the Phono Ground wire, and make sure that the turn table actually works. If you have your turntable connected to one of the other inputs, the Phono ground may not be recognized.

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I have this issue, my teac ag d7900 which itself off to standby and when I switch it "on" again, it says protect and shut itself down again


Right. This means that either you have a short in your speaker cable somewhere or the short-detector circuitry inside has problems. Disconnect all speaker cables and turn the receiver on. If the symptom goes away, turn the receiver off again and connect one of the speaker wires. Repeat until it starts to go into protect again. When it does, the last speaker you hooked up has a short somewhere in the wire.
If protect always comes on, you'll need to get the unit serviced.

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How can u tell if your internal speakers are blowed?


Hi Patricia,

You may need a professional cleaning of all the switches internally. If you are up to it. Compressed air with an electronic aerosol cleaning solution is the first approach. Over time these parts develop oxidation. The voltage levels are small and the signal cannot be generated.You need to know what too clean, most are visible. You can also look for internal fuse protection. Make sure when the cover is removed to pull the power first. Some higher end Amplifiers provide protection. You will need a digital multi-meter or equivalent to test the fuses.

http://www.teac-audio.eu/downloads/2/2/8/1/9/TEAC_AG-790E_datasheet_EN.pdf

So before doing all of that. There is a reset switch. It is located between the speaker switches on the face of the receiver. At the top and in the middle left center of the display. Not at the speaker buttons on the left.

That function may be tripped. Reset it twice and try testing with different speakers if it fails again. It may trip instantaneously if there are abnormal voltage levels present in the circuit that arouse protection.

I have located and offer you the Manual PDF. Go here first and try the following. On page 8 in the manual. Titled, " Name of each Control" (D). There is a location diagram for you to observe. Please take some time and look this over.


http://www.teac.com/content/downloads/products/746/ag-790_6l_manual.pdf

Finally, if you need someone to talk too. The You Tube Video has an outlet store tied to it that offers live help.

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Since you mention that there is no standby light at all, the problem could be related to the receiver's main power supply, which is not uncommon for a unit of this age.
Now, if you decide to take the unit to a repair shop, do not let the cost of repairing the unit be the only factor that determines if you bring it back to life or to use it as a door stop.
Consider the replacement cost compared to the repair cost, also, have in mind that newer receivers can supply more output power per channel and have more advanced decoding technologies among other features. Hope this helps your decision. Let me know.

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