Question about Audio & Video Receivers
I cant find anyone that still carries or repairs Bogen audio receivers.
I live just outside of Houston,Texas 77546. I know that I could no doubt buy a new receiver for the cost of fixing this one but this model is special.
No other receiver sounds as good through my Optimus 45 speakers.
It has a short that cuts the left audio channel in/out. I've traced the short to a "bank" of buttons that includes the "auxillary" button. That button is where the short is. The buttons are all on one piece of hardware I will call a bank. I cant find Bogen parts anywhere and I'm fairly certain that this was a propriatory part that came straight from Bogen. Can you help me restore this awesome machine or find a repairman in my area who is familiar with Bogen? Thanks for reading.
Any stereo repair shop should be able to repair your amp, as Bogen uses standard parts. I might mention that you may also want to repair you own amp. I would suggest you get a can of WD-40 oil or a tuner cleaner and spray it on the switch you feel is bad. See if this corrects the problem.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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