Question about Samsung HT-Q70T System
Hi, the other day my unit, which was turned off, made a loud pop and crackling sound, then the standby light went out. And the unit is Dead, no power at all. I took the cover off and no fuses apparent, No burn marks on anything I could see. I could not see the entire board as the unit tray is locked I did not see any burned caps either. Any Suggestions as to what it might be?
What it might (definitely) be is a big repair bill. Alot of mfg's don't put fuses on the amp sections. They use relays.
It's probably a transistor or power amp module that fried.
What initially may have happened is that: You got a power spike and it weakened the internals. Happens to PC power supplies quite a bit.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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