Question about Harman Kardon AVR 520 Receiver
Every time i Power it On it immediately shut off. But when i power it there is a click sound assoiciated with it. I think it self protect mode.. is there a resistor or some small electronical unit that i have to change? please help me out. Im a college student and its always a recession in my days.
This usually happens when a 'Picco' fuse is blown. There are several of them. They are small, skinny fuses that look like resistors. The one you are looking for should be close to the power supply and located on the green circuit board. You must use an ohm meter to figure out which one is burnt out. It takes patients,but that stereo is worth the hassle.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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