Question about Sherwood RVD-6090R
My electricity went out for a few seconds. Now my receiver goes on, but is not recognizing any speakers and no sound. I plugged it into an alternate socket, I checked all my audio cables and speaker cables. I unplugged it for over an hour to revert to manufacturer settings. Checked the tv and cable settings, but no go.
Is it gone for good or is there hope.
Appreciate any help I can get.
Hi cleitner . It has most likely blown a mains power fuse. You will need to FIRST DISCONNECT FROM THE POWER. Then remove the lid and check internal fuses. Best done with an ohms meter to be sure that you don't miss any. Some fuses can look ok but be faulty. Replace any blown fuses with one of exactly the same type. If you are not sure what type of fuse you need, feel free to get back to me here. Good Luck, thanks for using FixYa
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