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No sound No audio I have no sound And The tape player will not turn on. The two NTE7186 audio output transister have been replaced. What...

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  • tmaxxnitro Mar 11, 2008

    i also have this problem tha tape si not working and there is no sound i think there is a voltage missing can you hel on this one.

    model rs 2640 rca.

    Patrick.

  • mlinacre Jan 04, 2009

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Check the fuses

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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Check tranistor 2sc3203y (q401)/replace with nte 382/it fixed my problem

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