Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Based on the limited info, it sounds like your receiver has a blown fuse, or other damaged component in the power circuit. Try unplugging the receiver from power, and let it sit overnight to be safe before opening it up. Look for any glass fuses, and test for its rated value. This could be a easy fix. Also look for signs of damage on the circuit board, such as burnt or charred components, or funny smell of burnt electrical components.
If this is above your skill level, seek a qualified repair shop. Most shops can diagnose in about 30 mins.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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