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Fisher ca 880 specs

I replaced speaker fuse on left channel and now when i turn it on the left side dial on the front shoots way up and then it starts burning

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SOURCE: Left Speakers not working on A or B channel

Have you tryed yet to switch the right speaker where the left one is? If it works then you know the speaker is bad. If you move the left speaker over to the right channel and it works and sound now comes out of the left speaker, you know there is a fault in the amp somehwre. If your not a tech and have not had any solid state equipment repair experience, then your going to have to have the amp serviced by a trained tech.. Good Luck

Posted on Oct 30, 2006

SOURCE: Sound not coming from left side surround sound speaker or my right side front speaker

it is highly likely that you're TV is outputting mono sound, hence the left channel only. check your physical connections to the TV and the balance / channel volume on the television as well.

Posted on Aug 28, 2007

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SOURCE: Kenwood Receiver KR-V127R - left channel not working

Select an input that is not connected, for example select CD with no cables going to the CD input on the backside. Will you then hear equal humming on both channels? If so, the amp stage is ok,
and the problem lies in the signal level circuitry.
Open the cover and use a plastic (insulated) stick to touch suspectible cables and components. When the sound returns, you've found the cause. Resolder or reseat the component/cable/card.
Use the insulated stick, NOT your fingers!

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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SOURCE: no sound out of front left speaker

front left channel power amp needs rpair

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Fisher RS-717 stereo receiver, amplifier.

Yes you can use either A or B without a problem. The restriction is when you have both A & B connected. In that case, the speakers MUST be a minimum of 8 Ohm impedence. Using either A or B, you can use speakers of 4 Ohms impedence.

Dan

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The HTR-420 has only a single subwoofer output. It is the socket on the lower left corner. The other subwoofer socket is part of the multi-channel input.

Because of the age of the 420, it comes from a time when optical and coax connections were not so common and DVD players had 6x phono/RCA sockets to send out the surround signal in analogue format. The multichannel input is for sending a signal in to the amp, and not for getting a signal out. That's why the sub doesn't get a signal from that socket. Use the proper subwoofer out. That's what it is there for.

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The 420 was designed to run Speakers A+B together if required. However, you must observe the minimum impedance loading if you connect up two sets of front speakers and run them simultaneously.

The minimum Impedance for each set of front speakers is 8 Ohms. If you're recycling old surround speakers from a Home-Theater-in-a-Box system, or the speakers have no labels for impedance on the backs then you can be fairly sure they are not 8 Ohm. That could be the problem.

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On the Fisher CA-9435 i dont get sound from speaker outlets but hook it up to surrond or center speaker and clear. how can i fix this problem?


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These units use amp-pacs for the output stage, if I remember correctly. All in all, the unit will require some diagnosis to determine the problem with the power supply and the final output stage. The total cost of repair easily could exceed $125. You can probably replace the unit with a better one for not much more.

If you would still like this unit repaired, please indicate where you are in the country and I'll try to find a shop for you.

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PLEASE :) wear saftey goggles, no jewelry or watches while troubleshooting a live amp. Tube amps have up to 600V dc on some points so rubber gloves will improve the saftey margin. My primary suggestion is to take it to a pro. Please be safe if you are inexperienced. I can't be liable for my fixya suggestions.

I think you meant "changed" Left speaker with Right Speaker and visa versa. Some receivers have speaker A and B selections from a switch on the front, which is why I ask. I think you tried each speaker on the bad channel to find if the speaker was blown. If the speakers are OK make sure that the speaker wiring is good too. Sometimes they can be compromised so use two short lengths of new wire for trouble shooting. Try the other functions like tape, cd, phono, aux, dvd, ect. and if there is no problem with them then it is your tuning system. Check your antenna first. Make sure you are tuned to the station with max power received. Sometimes you can lose Stereo with analog tuners or be tuned to a harmonic frequency close to the target frequency. Check all of the fuses. Sometimes slo-blo fuses can blow incompletely resulting in a high resistance that causes a voltage drop. If the problem is still there you have trouble in the RF receiving/pre-amplification circuit or blown components in the output transformer/tube/transistor circuit. This is verified by having the same problem with the other functions above. In either case, you will need to take the unit to a repair service or get a service manual and test your voltage points to determine which components are bad. Without a service manual, I would start with the Left output transistor. Check the AC and DC voltages with respect to ground (chassis or negative output/input) on the good channel at all nodes and compare them to the same ones on the bad channel. Again, start with the output circuit for the amplifier. There will be one or more transistors per channel. They will be screwed to a heat sink. Also look for brown, cracked or melted components. Keep in mind that replacing these does not necessarily fix your problem as there is usually a failure elsewhere which caused them to go bad. Work your way back to the actual input signal and you will have hopefully found the problem. Good luck, be careful, and seek some local advice from your friends or repair technician. Happy Shooting!

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