Question about Kenwood VR-509 Receiver
Re: my Kenwood VR-509 Receiver - Luv it! But it's dead. Upon powering up, in a few seconds it shuts off with a flashing 'standby' LED. Unplugged all connections & popped the top - PCB's look OK, nothing looks obviously cooked, high side of input transformer checks at about 1.5 ohms. Ideas? Thanks.
Check all your speaker wires for shorts, especially behind the amp, doesn't take much for something to throw a spanner in the works, like when cleaning house and moving stuff around.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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