Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
I bought a kenwood kr 6170 (jumbo jet) but I've been messing with the volume nob up and down and the loud noise has been slowly fadeing if I take it apart and clean it will it stop
Posted on Apr 19, 2013
Unfortenately the copy of the servicemanual I have is moreover electronic. For cleaning out the pots you must reach them. Every pcb is mounted with two screws and you have to loose some pcb's in order to get to the volume pot. I have one myself, rescued from the waste bin. At this moment I use him again. But I'' am missing some mecahnical parts (the left and right alu of the front panel. Can you send me a picture of these parts.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
You will need to dig in deeper, and take off the knobs etc. and clean all the pots, and switches etc. with an electronics liquid spray cleaner. Flush completely out, and wait for it all to dry out before testing. Never use a vaccum as it creates static electricity, and is very bad for electronics. Use compressed air in a can etc. This should help a great deal! Nice receiver by the way. I have the smaller model.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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