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Not receiving power

My friend's onkyo TX-82 tuner amplifier is plugged in to a working outlet. the sony CD player that's plugged into the onkyo still receives power, however, the onkyo is not. it has worked fine for years and then, well, i think i did smell something burning before it stopped working completely. i haven't opened it up to look inside, yet. there are no visible problems in the back at all the connections.

any ideas on this one? can i fix it on my own as a surprise gift so my friend can have music again?
thanks! -nicole

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  • venger Jan 08, 2008

    thanks for your response and suggestions. i did find that the old fuse was clearly burned out. i bought some new ones but as soon as i plug the receiver in the new fuses burn out immediately. the original fuse is 125V 4Amp, the new ones (Buss) are 250V 4Amp. according to the fuse salesman the new fuse works fine for 125V and 250V electronics; it's just the amperage that needs to be the same. to my untrained eye, everything on the circuit board looks fine. so, any insight with that new information on the fuses? thanks again.

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Unless you have repaired circuit board assemblies in the past including replacement of board traces, there is little possibility of home repair here because ".... think i did smell something burning before". Sometimes the manufacturer will include an on-board fuse. You can open the case and look for this, but it may be too late. Fuses may never emit a burning smell even after they "burn", unless it is a slow-type and not encapsulated and you have a keen sense of smell. Sometimes the power section may include large power resistors; large because of the wattage they must dissipate. Look for one of these burnt and replace, but he actual burned part may be hard to find unless you have very good bench-testing tools and instruments. Bottom line is ...highly unlikely, "can i fix it on my own".

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