Question about Sony A/V Receiver
In the past couple weeks, my NAD AV713 AV receiver will switch off after about two minutes, after which I just press the Power button again and everything will be OK. Last night, it decided to die on me. Could it be a burnt internal fuse? There was a thunderstorm in the day but nothing else blew or tripped. If it is a fuse, where is it located? Haven't had a reason to open up the unit so am clueless. Thanks for any info.
I had the same problem with mine AV713 it turns out to be the relais of the power unit (left site above the transformer). solution may be to replace it with http://ecb.omron.com.sg/pdf/relay/power/G5PA-1.pdf e.g. good luck TB
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