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Kenwood BB5 Hello All, I have a Kenwood BB5. Power on and the relays click, click click. its the 3 relays on the left of the board. i tried to isolate the relays by removing them off one by one and found that all three of them do it. which led me to think its the control circuit for the relays and not the relays themselves. i also directly connected the points but the power amp wont come on. the rest of the systems come on. could you please help. THanks a million.

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  • Sajeevv Jun 12, 2008

    i fixed it

  • Anonymous Oct 05, 2008

    I have the same problem on BB5 Kenwood, I have jump the two connectors but the problem already exist.

  • thepawn May 11, 2010

    what's the C110? I can't identify it..thank you very much

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Replace capacitor 110 (47uf 25v), it fixed the exact same problem for me, it should cost about 25 cents and take about 1 hour of your time :-)

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Well all , My brother -inlaw came over with his unit ..Same Problem when you turn it on ..it just started a clicking sound , he has taken it to two diffrent places and both were unable to fix it .
so i jump on line and found this forum ..and did what you said removed the C110 cap.. and replaced it with one out of an old system i had ..and BINGO !!! it worked !!! ..So thanks all ..From him he was over the moon .. ( the system was in his shed for over 2 years because he could fix it ..So thanks again :)

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I confirm is c110

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Is your poer cable actually giving curent? Or ss your remote actually poweringon? Bad remotes are usually culprits if the power cable works fine...or a bad fuse. Give that a shot.

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I had the same problem, and the solution was change the C110 capacitor.
Very very thanks.

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  • parentinia Apr 18, 2011

    I confirm that in order to fix this problem the only thing to do is to replace the C110 capacitor (opposite side on the board respect the 3 relays).

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