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Blown resistor item number r-531 on main amp. board of AVr-3600dts need to identify resistance.

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  • hex666 Jul 13, 2008

    The make is Denon Mode No. AVR-3600dts
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  • hex666 Jul 15, 2008

    Does any one have a schematic in order to identify blown resistors on main amp board number R-531 and R-320 on the Danon AVr-3600dts. Thank you

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Register there you can download free schematic diagram:

http://www.eserviceinfo.com

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I have requested the parts specs for you and should have them shortly, but hte more important issue is: What is the general problem. The two resistors listed are not likely to be the only problem.

Can you update this?

Thanks,
Dan

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Sir,

U want to replace the resistor for working. It will be get at following address or call the customer service for parts.

Denon Electronics (USA), LLC
19 Chapin Road, Building C
Pine Brook, NJ 07058-9777
Customer Service Call (973) 396-0810

www.usa.denon.com

Thanks
Good luck



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Dear customer,
You'll find all the required details on the following link
http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/downloadPage.jsp?doc=7c9a297688f87c253cf72ba73041eb81&q=Denon+AVR-3600DTS

Thank you.. Good Luck..

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