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Power no sound to audio reciver

Hi,
I have a Sherwood Newcastle receiver, model R-925. It is about 8-10 years old. It has been great without issues. The other day when it turned on, we had no sound. I checked all the connections and even plugged in an old pair of headphones in the older fat style headphone jack. No sound. The unit is no longer under warranty, so I thought there may be fuses inside, one of which had blown. I just checked it and all the fuses are intact. All the knobs, tuners, switches work.
I do not have nay repair facilities close to my home that I know of. I know this problem is very vague, but does it sound like something major, as in tank the unit & by new. Or, does it sound like something minor which can be easily fixed. I appreciate any hep or guidance you may be able to offer.
Thanks in advance,
Mike

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  • mjwojciak Jul 13, 2009

    Thank you. Is this something one can do himself or better to take to a shop?
    I have not idea which board is the amp302 board.
    Also, I don't quite understand what you mean in option "B" "Pulled out of correct speaker switch"?
    I really appreciate your help.
    Mike

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According to the service manual. If the Power Indicator Light works and no there's no sound, then: (A) Trasistor Q215L/R or Q216L/R on the AMP302 Board is faulty.
(B) Pulled out of correct speaker switch.

The transistors you can look up the price on the net, it says they are: BKTC3200.

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