Question about Yamaha RX-V630 Receiver
Yamaha RX-630; display lights went out; front of panel is dark but the receiver still works fine; just can't see the display. Is this repairable by myself or do I need a technician?
It sounds like the LED for the display has burned out. The repair would require you to dis-assemble the unit to expose the front panel board. You will then need to melt the existing solder holding the defective diode and pull it out. Then you would install a new diode and solder it into the board. You will need to replace the existing diode with a new one rated for the same wattage. Also you should verify the the diode is getting the rated voltage to it using a fluke meter to make sure it is just the diode that is the problem. If you are not familiar with using a solder gun and circuit testing then you might want to call a technician. Let me know if you have other questions.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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