Question about Kenwood VR-6050 Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can think of 2 way this can go.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
SOURCE: Kenwood kr-v9020
You should find out who does the service for your reciever in your area. This type of fault can get fairly involved. It will require trouble shooting and then ordering the necessary parts.
The fault can be the motor, or the electroncs in the servo drive amplifier for the motor.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: receiver will not work by remote
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Unfortuntately, you and many others have this problem. I will point you in the direction of two "fixes" I have found.
Fix 1 is from Kenwood themselves, per the following quote:
"First try replacing the batteries if you haven't already. If that doesn't help, try resetting the receiver. Simply unplug the receiver, then press and hold the power button on the receiver while you plug it back in. Turn the unit on, and the display should say 87.50 to confirm the reset. If the remote still does not work, use a digital camera as an eye, face it towards the IR of the remote control. Depress any of the remotes buttons; you should see IR flash each time a button is pressed. If not then the problem is with the remote. If the remote works fine, then the problem is with the receiver. In order to determine the cause of the problem, I suggest you take the defective unit to a Kenwood authorized service center for evaluation. You can find information for authorized service centers in your area by visiting our website at www.kenwoodusa.com."
The second fix involves some very simple soldering, and has been endorsed by many as the solution:
I hope this helps. Good luck and please let me know if this solves your problem!
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SOURCE: receiver cuts in and out
Sounds like a cold solder to me or maybe an oxidized terminal but could be something more simple.
1- If the unit still has power but no sound - Try and reseat the jumpers on the back of the unit - top middle (adapter unit)
2- If you are tapping near the speaker button it may have dirty terminals and may be cleaned with some electronics cleaner. One way to diagnose this is switch it off and on several times and see if it changes.
3- If tapping on the front panel makes it start working - can you duplicate it going back out by tapping? This may be a cold solder on the ops panel. If you have some soldering skills this may be an easy find and fix. If not you may need to take it to a repair center. By no means operate on the unit with power to it with the cover off!
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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