Question about Marantz SR-6300 Receiver
If it is only one channel which is dead, you might just be in luck.
If the amp is still in the warranty period, just send it in, if you open it up, you will loose your warranty.
If it is out of the warranty period open up the amp. You should see the circuit board now and it should look something like this.
Okay, now follow the path on the circuit board on the channel which is not working. On the path you should see the capacitors looking like this.
Now, it s usually a loose or blown capacitor, you should be able to see very clearly if the capacitor on that certain channel is blown. If you can solder a new one in, if you dont know how, just send it in for repairs, wont cost a lot.
If it is a loose capacitor you should be able to feel it, just have a look, if there is something blown you will notice it quickly. You should also be able to smell a sharp smell.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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