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Some water dripped down from the floor above right on my receiver and it shut down. Now that it sat for a bit it turned on but won't go off headphone's even though no headphone's plugged in I did get headphone's and there is music playing but not when I pull out the ear plugs

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  • abenton85 May 19, 2011

    The receiver is a yamaha htr-6030 there was
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When water spills on electronic products it causes corrosion to the circuit board and to the components in different circuits, unless you went inside the unit immediately after the water went into the unit and cleaned the effected areas some components and circuit traces have been already damaged and the longer the water sits inside the more damage it can do. Circuit traces may need cleanning and some capacitors or other components may need replacing because water is conductive and can create short circuits to diodes + trasistors, IC chips.

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