Question about Pioneer VSX-819H-K A/V Receiver
It is usually a computer board issue which controls the unit. You could attempt to replace the bad relay, but you would have to test each part to find out where the electrical break is. You may get lucky and just have a bad switch which controls the selections, or even a bad fuse. Take the cover off and see if there is a faulty fuse, or lose connection. You may be better off taking it to an electrical repair shop.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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