Question about Teac Audio Players & Recorders
After not being used and powered off for almost a year, my Teac AG-V3020 does not power up. I unhooked it from the other components and speakers then opened and checked the fuses which all checked out to be ok. I powered it on and I get a constant clicking sound. A couple of times I would get a flashing display with the clicking but the flashing display has ceased, only the clicking relay sound remains. I see that there are similar complaints online and I am hoping that someone has come up with a solution. Any help in this regards will be highly appreciated. Thanks, Stephen
Recheck your connections it appears that something is cross if so recorrect the connections on your system
Posted on Nov 29, 2014
Testimonial: "Timothy, thanks for responding to my post. All of the connections are fine, I double checked them then swapped out the receiver with a known working receiver which worked fine with the same connections. I suspect that the power amp output stage (one or both channels) is shot and some monitoring circuitry is keeping the system from turning on. I am hoping that someone might have run across this issue in the past & was able to resolve it. Regards, Stephen"
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