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Problem with amplifier Technics SU-V500

The amplifier Technics SU-V500 in stand-by (led light) make sound "click clack continued" with led operation lighting intermittence (blinking).
The su-v500 in On is in normal condition led's (led stand-by off and led operation light).
The problem is "RL751" ? I can change this?
Excuse for my bad English!!!

Bye Davide De Luca

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  • nickjkay Nov 12, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem,I'm able to do soldering, or get a friend to fix it with a degree in electrical engineering, I just need to know where I can buy that componemt in the UK, good to know it can be fixed shame to let such a good amp go to waist.


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It is relay control the output you can changed in near electronic service center.

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