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Where can I get a circuit drawing for a AG-V3020 audio/video surround receiver. It is having power trouble. when it is turn on it clicks on/off/on/off... thanks Paul Womble

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Http://www.hifi-manuals.com/Download/TEAC/AGV-3020-service-manual/Wrongcaptcha you can download the service manual for free here

Posted on Nov 19, 2011

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Wondered if you ever fixed this problem. My Teac is doing the same thing. mustangsally_39520@yahoo.com Thanks

Posted on May 27, 2011

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