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Re: Sherwood AVR 525 Receiver
If it is just a 2 pin "figure of 8" type plug(shaver plug) they are available most any electronics hobby shop, or an appliance retailer. If you have trouble identifying the socket on the amp... get back to me here. Good luck:)
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On my yamaha 375 receiver if I connect digital or hdmi it disables the balance/bass treble etc but they work with anolog don't know if yours might be the same just abit strang if anolog doing it aswell
Had a similar issue, replaced the receiver three times in first month. The fourth time it had to go back to Denon. They returned it saying no fault. Also replaced HDMI cables etc...real head scratcher. Turns out it was the tv. The system can get discombobulated if the receiver, tv and source are not sequenced correctly. This is due to the HDMI protocol, Power up sequence should be receiver, source tv. Once video is lost it has to be rest. With system powered up and tv displaying no signal, remove HDMI cable at tv. Turn off tv at outlet and leave of for 2 minutes (this rests HDMI port, important to leave off long enough!.). Turn tv on and reconnect HDMi...all should be good.
Poor Denon, I blamed them when it was my Sony Braiva all along....bad Sony
i own the same receiver with the same problem, but solved it according the following (german language) instuction with photos: http://ekkart.de/rauhesitten/?p=198 I changed the broken capacitor against a gold cap.
Check your antenna connections. Make sure your FM antenna is hooked up to the FM antenna terminal or jack on your Sherwood receiver. If you have the antenna hooked through the coaxial cable, check your coaxial cable with an ohmmeter for continuity. You can buy a volt-ohm meter as little as $12. Usually bad connection occur between coaxial cable and the the coax cable connectors. If that doesn't solve the problem, then there may be something wrong with your tuner card inside of your Sherwood receiver.
If you receivers display does not change channels or frequencies or AM or FM mode, when you try to change the channel or frequencies, or AM or FM mode, there may be something wrong with the front board of your receiver.
If there is something internally wrong your Sherwood receiver, you need to take it to a qualified technician that can fix it. Do not try to repair it yourself. If you don't know what you're doing, you can do far more damage to that Sherwood receiver to the point that would be very costly to repair.
Before you take your Sherwood receiver to a technician, try to unplug the receiver, and leave it unplugged for several minutes, and then plug it back in. If that doesn't solve the problem, then you need to take your Sherwood to a qualified technician.
Same thing happened on my R-925RDS. The memory backup capacitor in
this case is C322 on the front panel PCB, over on the far left hand
side by the mains power button.
In the case of the 925 it's a
0.047F 5.5V capacitor, a small black block approx. 10mm high with
10x5mm footprint. In the service manual it's referred to as 0.047uF,
but this is incorrect. Replaced it with a 0.1F 5.5V memory back up
capacitor, all's well.
If replacing the capacitor, BE CAREFUL
where you mount it! Putting a standard (round) backup capacitor in the
exact location of the old one may bring it very close to the mains
switch. What I did instead was mount mine about 2 inches closer to the
centre of the board, using double-sided tape, and ran wires back to its