Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Thanks, I also emailed the Community Manager to attend to my request for your re-evaluation of the original problem here. No biggie, but I would further appreciate if you can if you can go back to the original posting and re-evaluate all the solutions and rate as you see it fit.
Back to your concern for the Sony STR GX57ES, I was just thinking, if your repair person would be willing to go down component level repair, then parts would not be that difficult to get a hold of. With 170USD for the Tuner/Dolby board, you will probably be able to purchase a Service Manual, and most if not all of the different defective components. The only reason I could think of why the boards would need replacement is if the unit was plugged to 220 but with it being set to 120 and most components burned beyond recognition. But then again, your tech would be in a better position of course to diagnose.
Posted on May 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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