Question about Kenwood KRF-V5060D Receiver
You have a component (probably a transistor) that is overheating, or possibly a capacitor going bad. The circuit board will have to be troubleshot, and the bad component identified. Fortunately, heat problems can be figured out by buying some Freeze Spray (Freon), and when the unit acts up, you spray suspected components, slowly...until it works again. This will identify which component you need to replace by unsoldering, etc. I would start in the power supply area, if you can identify it...chances are that's where your problem is. Good luck, hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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