Question about Sony STR-DH800
The main power supply filter capacitor is the problem, as the temperature rises the capacitance drops while in use and eventually the audio gets a distinctive 60 cylce audio hum. The part must be replaced in order to correct the issue.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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