Question about Kenwood VR-505 Receiver
I've tried the cables, the inputs, every mode. Doesn't work despite what all I've done. A friend said it was probably the sound board. Disassembling would be the answer? Thanks for any help, sir.
If you know how to check electronic components, have good soldering skills, and have the proper equipment then disassembling and checking it out would be the right thing to do.
But if you have no experience with this kind of stuff you really should take it to a service center and let a professional look at it. I have seen on many occasions when people who disassemble their equipment and attempt to repair it, but have no experience at this sort of thing end up causing more problems than they started with.
It is also dangerous, you can be shocked by the electricity or cause a fire. And if you do no understand the terms it would be very difficult for you to understand what to look at.
Your friend who said it was the soundboard is wrong, there is no board in those Kenwood's called a "soundboard", so I would not be so quick to listen to him about opening it up.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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