Question about Teac AG-D8900 Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since you mention that there is no standby light at all, the problem could be related to the receiver's main power supply, which is not uncommon for a unit of this age.
Now, if you decide to take the unit to a repair shop, do not let the cost of repairing the unit be the only factor that determines if you bring it back to life or to use it as a door stop.
Consider the replacement cost compared to the repair cost, also, have in mind that newer receivers can supply more output power per channel and have more advanced decoding technologies among other features. Hope this helps your decision. Let me know.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
I changed the diodos from power supply.
I thought that help you offered
was free,but I forget that nothing here is free.
Thank you anyway
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: I have a teac AG
I have the same-just talked to TEAC last week, if fuses(two 5 amp glass ones inside housing-just remove screws on back after un-plugging 120v power) on the LSR-1008 subwoofer are blown, it may be failed relays. I replaced my fuses, both blew w/in 5 seconds. Called TEAC today, relays are NOT available alone and are solder connected; however, complete new circuit board is plug in, part #APE000515-0001 at $47.69 plus shipping. Verify #s and price with TEAC, but now I must decide if it's important to keep this sub, or if another at around 60$ on Ebay is a better bet. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: how to remove the protect signal
Make sure that your input level are not too high. They will cause the an overload in the receiver and it will clip the circuit. This will continue until you lower the level of the input that you have on at that time.
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Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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