Question about JVC RX-517V Receiver
Does it attempt to startup at all? Do you get any lights or any indication that the unit is trying to start? If not, there should be a small transformer inside that is the standby transformer. It generates the 5V standby voltage. I have seen these go open in the primary since there is a fuse built into the transformer. You may need to replace this transformer. You should be able to get to the primary winding. With the unit unplugged, measure across the primary side with an ohmmeter. You should read a low value. If it reads infinity, the primary is open and you need to replace the transformer.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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