Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The part that blows more easily is the final transistor, in tour case the one on the left channel.
The unit must be taken apart and tested at component level
Identifying the transistor will be an easy task, even without schematics. You van find the transistor following left channel output circuit. If the transistor is bad, replace it, and test the resistors near to it. If the transistor is OK, then there is often a problem in the preamp section.
Check wiring and output connectors by reading Ohms and verifying they have continuity before working on amp circuits.
If you are not a technician, better having the unit fixed by a professional. In that case contact Rotel: Rotel Ltd - Contact Us
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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