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Power problem if the reciever was blow by overheat,what parts needed to charge so it work?

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    Dave DeGain May 11, 2010

    I have no idea what you are talking about. If there is a problem with your receiver and it overheats, there could be many different problems causing it. You need a mult-meter to be able to check the parts that must be replaced, and some parts may even check good, but still be bad. Electronics are not like a car, when you have a certain symptom you replace a certain part. With electronics you can have one symptom and then have 10 different things that cause the one symptom.

    You also need very good soldering skills, a schematic helps a lot, and then you must understand how the components work together so you can find all the bad parts by measuring voltages and knowing what those voltages mean.



    If you miss one part that needed to be replaced, then turn the unit on, you most likely will destroy the parts you just put in.



    I have seen many people try to fix their own electronics over the last 18 years who did not know what they were doing, and only a couple of times did they not cause more damage than they started with. Do yourself a favor and get it looked at by a professional technician. But if you insist on checking it yourself, and you have at least a multimeter, I can direct you to the most likely compnents that are bad.

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Have you read my clarification request? If you have a multimeter and know how to use it I can guide you thru finding out which parts need to be replaced.

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