Question about Sony STR-DE345 Receiver
Fuses wll blow when there are shortouts on the main power supply. That is what fuses do to protect the whole unit. The fact that you just turned it off and on finally killed off the component that was on the way out anyway.
Take a look at the power board as see what caps are burned. Better still if its under warranty take it back and claim.But dont mention you opened it otherwise warranty will be immediately void
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Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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