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RX-V661 front display problem

Comment by Holyrider, posted on Jun 09, 2008 I had also exactly the same problem with the front display of my Rx-V661which was becoming completely blank... As mentionned as solution, I replaced the four capacitors handling the display power. Then, my display was back. (I didn't replace the diodes which were well working with new caps, so...)
I thought that problem was solved. But one week later, this problem was back and now, I haven't again nothing on front panel screen...
I suppose that there is something else which damaged the caps....but what's wrong?
Someone can help me?

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  • Holyrider Jun 20, 2008

    at source, caps of 50 V are installed. Do you think that if bad caps are replaced by new ones of 65 V, it will solve this problem???

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Hi guys, My Rx-397 gets power on, for a second and gets off, every time i power it on. I can see the front panel display also but the problem is power gets off....plz help

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Excess power supply demand from the display can cause the symptoms you describe. Unfortunately, the fix will be a new display if this is the case...accordianman

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

  • Michael Borelli Jun 20, 2008

    That will be a temporary fix, but it could last a few years...accordianman

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