Question about JVC RX-D202 Receiver
I have a JVC RX-D202B which stopped working. I replaced the fuse and it would blow again. I saw that an audio capacitor, C1117, had exploded. I was wondering what would more than likely be the reason the capacitor had blown. Could one of the amplifier chips gone bad, if so which one? I also saw that R109 and R110 have turned the PCB a dark brown. They test to be at the 2Kohm value.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC RX-318 keeps blowing fuses
could be several things, speaker wires touching,shorted output transistors, a shorted rectifier diode,bad filter caps in the power supply,those are the most common
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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