Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Is it cheaper to replace it than to repaire it
Some units have a diode across the input leads that blow and short out if reverse polarity is applied. It's a safety device to protect the unit. If your's has one, replace it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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