Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First try plugging the receiver into an outlet that is known to work. If it still does not work, look at the following:
Hopefully there is a fuse on your receiver that is blown. 2 options before it needs to be repaired by a professional:
1. Look on the back for any type of fusing house. It would be labeled "Fuse" and they are commonly held in by what looks to be a flat head screw.
2. If there is no fuse on the back of the unit, it is very possible that there is an internal fuse. Open the chassis, and carefully look for a fuse. It usually is about 1/4"diameter cylinder that is about an inch long. IF you are unfamiliar with electronics, it may be wise to skip the opening of your receiver.
Lightning Strikes can do a lot of damage. Hopefully its a blown fuse.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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