The receiver doesn't turn on when you push the power button. It just clicks and the click sounds like it's coming from a relay but I checked the relay and it is working fine nothing wrong with it. Any suggestions on what else it could be??
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If your turn table has a ground wire with the R and L wires then you can not connect it to this receiver. Unless you have a switch on the turn table that chooses between internal or external amp. If you have the switch, pick external amp and then run your R and L into your TV/CD input. Good luck to you.
the clicking may have been coming from the relay itself, but it doesn't simply mean that the relay is faulty. clicking may also be caused by transformers, indicating that some electronic components have developed SHORT CIRCUIT. try measuring resistance of transistors and diodes near the power unit (unplug/turn the unit OFF of course) check also for the impedance of the output power transformers. check the amplifier IC for short also.
check ur speaker wires, try disconnect all wires from back of unit and then try to turn on unit . if it stays on whit no wires attached than u have short connection at speaker wires . if doesn`t come on then try to fasten screws at back of the unit , may sound like BS but if amp board don`t have good ground connection it can go in protection mode happened to me on RX-V592
Hello. My name is Dave. Unplug the receiver. Plug it back in. When you first push the power button, you should hear one relay click. Within about 5 seconds, you should hear another click. My guess is, you don't hear the second click. Am I correct?
If there is no standby light. Open the top cover and check the fuse on the primary power side. MAKE SURE THE POWER CORD IS UNPLUGGED.There are two transformers in this model. A small one for standby and a large one for the main section.A relay clicks when you touch the power button and switches on the large transformer and the display comes on. If there is any problem in the output stage the the relay will click and the system will go into standby again.
good start. the next is to chech standby voltage 5 volt, that goes to the microprocessor which will enable you to turn-on the main relay(12 volt)that powers up the whole unit. so if you cannot hear a click when you push the power button the the standby transformer capacitor and the 5 volt needs to verified. if this is good the relay - 12 volt and if this is also good the micro is bad. oops-hope it doesnt come to that. the micro is located on the circuit board mounted on the faceplat-a large many pins IC.