Question about Denon AVR588 Receiver
I recntly connected my receiver to my bose acutimass 6 system. it played well at first and then i tried to turn my system on and it cut on with thhe green power light blinking and then shut off with the red power lighht blinking rapidly. does anyone have any solutions to this problem
I have the AVR588 7.1 Surround A few models down from the on mentioned here. Same problem, turn it on then after warm up of a minute or so it shuts down and the standby red light flashes. It has the same part failure. KIA7915PI. Ive ordered 4 so I have backups since this seams to be a high failure part. I tried crossing the part to a higher quality part like NTE but I cant find one. My searches on the net I did find many have the same problem but noting on resolving it. The way I found the problem is I associated it as a termal issue so I got a can of freeze it at an electronic supply store and cooled several components one at a time cooling it to see if I could keep the unit on longer. Low and behold as long as I kept the KIA7915PI froze it would stay on. Im still waiting for the parts but to get by I have removed the transistor and soldered three long wires to the pc board in place where the transistor was and the part soldered to the other end. This is to extend the part out so that I can keep it cool in a glass of Ice. I dont recommend anyone doing this if your not familiar with electronics. I was careful soldering the leads of the transistor to the wires not to cross them and make sure not to emerge the leads of the transistor into the water as the ice melts. Crazy but it works for now. As I wait for the part i can kick back and watch some movies with some rum on the rocks as my receiver enjoys its 15v regulator too "on the rocks". LOL
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
The KIA7915 is not a transistor, it is a negative 15V regulator. The 7900 series, and the positive version the 7800 series, are commonly available parts. If you search for 7915 without the KIA, you will find many sources to buy them from. One place that is good for electronic components is Mouser.com
Posted on May 14, 2010
Try page 50 uder troubleshooting in the owners manual. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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