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I have receiver Aiwa AV-D58U.output is good but not audio out

I change 2 power transistor front channel.i don't find audio.

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Most of the time find it is not the output transistors. When you replaced them did you adjust the bias etc correctly. Do you have audio driving those transistorts? if not it may be one of the ic;s

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Straight from the product's manual...

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Amplifier section
Power Output-
[Stereo Mode]
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Click HERE for the manual.

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