Question about Denon AVR-1705 Receiver
It's probably NOT the capacitor.
I repair these kind of things for a living.
It's most likely a power transistor or two.
And it shouldnt cost 300 to fix either..Unless the tech is incompetent.
Dont let someone rip you off
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Seeing that its bleenking red it letting you know that the main capassitor to the transformer has blown and if you keep it pluged in it will in a short time allow the transformer to smoke and it can overheat and catch on fire.....NO GOOD. Its 1 of Denon's problem's....I see it quit often.
it will cost around 300.00 to fix.
Please let me know if I can Take it of your hands for the need of the left channel on another one.
By the way LET ME KNOW I do have 2 new Denon's an Onkyo and a Harmon Kardon I can give you at a cheeper price around 369.95 for a AVR788
Email or call me and I will give you 45.00 off ...OK...PayPal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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