Question about Onkyo M-501 Amplifier
EITHER blown caps or burnt internal fuses, look around on the circuit board for capacitors with rounded or humped ends, find and check internal fuses and test them
Posted on May 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
unplugged with nO power cord connected,,after checking for any internal blown fuses, inspect circuit board for burnt resistors or blown caps, the resistors will appear to be laying on there sides and have multi colored bands around them look for burnt or discolored ones, blown capacitors will look like tiny barrels with lids a flat top indicates a good capacitor as any humped or bulged or rounded top would indicate blown cap , if not more than a couple you may be able to replace these with success, be careful always Unplug from power before servicing electronic componants.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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