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Receiver Technics SA AX710 - For sometime it keeps going to overload and will not correct itself. Have tried everything I can think of and occassionally it used to work and cut in and out but now wont play at all.

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My SA-AX710 overloads intermittently. The problem is a broken solder joint between a pin on one of the power transistor modules and the circuit board. To fix it, I removed the circuit board from the case and resolder the borken joint. Opening the case is easy. First remove the top of the case. Then remove the 3 screws in front. The front panel can then be pulled off. After that, remove all screws holding the connectors on the back. The circuit board can be detached from the case by removing the screws from the top of the board. Broken solder joint is probably one of the most common problems with modern electronics.

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