Question about Harman Kardon AVR 130 Receiver
My HK 125 shuts down randomly after running for different periods of time. Makes a buzzing, clipping strange sound before shutting down. After turning power button off ( not standby) for some time I can get it to come back on
CHECK YOUR WIRING!!! I have had problems from time to time, generally after re-arranging, and have found speaker wires slightly touching on 1 channel caused my AVR to give similar problems. GOOD LUCK!!!
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
If you want to fix it:
It must be a contact problem arount the power switch, power cable, fuse or the condensator area.
Maybe you can se a black color on the board.
And checking the solderind points with a magnifyer can help too.
Thats all from that distence.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Disconnect speakers and wires. Bad wiring or defective speakers may be loading the amp down and causing the protection circuits inside to disconnect (no sound). If the HK is heating up (beyond what you perceive as normal) with no wires or speakers connected then you have a problem requiring expert repair.
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