Question about Teac AG-V3050 Receiver
I have a teac ag-v3050. It was given to me. I cannot get the speakers a and b to work at the same I can get either to work but not both.
Is that normal?
There is a problem in the final stages of the amplifier section that the protection circuits are detecting. They then shutdown the unit to prevent further damage. The most likely candidates are the output transistors. This is a relatively simple repair for an audio shop. Expect a parts cost between $20-$45.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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