Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I dusted off an old Kenwood receiver, plugged it in and nothing but the standby light came on after repeatedly pressing the power button. I took the paneling off and found that the 6.3AL 250V fuse was blown. Replaced the fuse, plugged the unit back into the wall and the damn thing burst into flames in some random spot on the main circuit board. The new fuse was blown, too. I replaced the 2nd fuse. Near where the fire happened, I found some adjustable nobs and turned them using trial and error. adjustment found a spot for the nob that prevents the fire from restarting when I plug the receiver back in. So now the LCD and everything is coming on for about 10 seconds and then shutting down. The standy light starts flashing. Can you help?????
You are literally playing with fire. Obviously the unit is in dire need of service! Please, take unit in for check out by a pro/tech
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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