I was given this sherwood digi-line audio/video receiver RV-5050R by a friend but he did not have the manuel so I cant figure out how to hook it up.
I have comcast so I need to know how to go from wall to cable HD box to RV5050R to tv if that is even the order in which to do it
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Make sure the speaker wires are not touching at the back of the receiver or at the speakers. Make sue the cable(s) connecting the two is not damaged or shorted. If the wires are ok then the amp/receiver is the problem. Possible bad capicitors are the problem in the amp.
Try looking for one of these Memory Retention Capacitors, they cause a lot of trouble like that. It will be in the tuner section somewhere if it uses one. It could look a bit different to this one, so bare that in mind.
Disconnect all speakers at the receiver, then replace the fuse and check power again. If your lucky, it will be ok. More than likely though, the power transformer and capacitors have been shorted by a voltage spike or drop. If you don't have a good line conditioning surge like a Panamax, APC, or Furman, get one! it will save you $$$ and aggravation in the long run. Hope this helps.
Try these simple trick to find out yor remote control working or not....
Point the remote control towards the Camera of a Mobile Camera
phone,with the camera on. While pressing remote, we can see a light
(Infra Red) coming from its IR LED through the Mobile Camera if the
Remote is working. If the remote is OK, then the problem with the Remote Sensor or related components of the receiver.