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Without knowing what the model and make of the stereo are, it is hard to say. THe unit could be wired through a relay but not likely wholly powered through the stereo. You need to check the power feed to that unit and see if it is present. it should be fused, check the fuse.

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Nov 17, 2018

Have you tried a new HDMI cable?

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Nov 14, 2018

First of all without knowing what happened to blow the fuse. Did it happen during a lightning storm? Was there a power outage or surge? were you using it at max volume or near max for an extended time? How many other devices do you have it plugged into? I looked it up online and it appears to be a 1992 model and I see it has finals able to output 50 wats. My first line of thought is you blew the finals (transistors that output to the speakers.) there are usually internal fuses for the finals and in some cases resistors designed to fail saving internal components from burning out. I see a picture of the unit with the cover off and there are 2 fuses by the power cord in the back and the finals are just forward of the power section attached to a large heat sink from the power section to the finals. you will not get sound if the finals portion of the circuitry is burned out. I suggest you take it to a service certified shop where an electronic tech such as myself can repair it for you. Please do not attempt to do this yourself because of shock hazard and ***** from 120 v electricity. It usually is a simple fix for the technician.

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Nov 07, 2018

You didn't change source settings by chance or hit the mute?

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Nov 07, 2018

I have the same issue did you manage to fix it ?

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Nov 03, 2018

search box. and enter your question might be happily surprised

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Oct 31, 2018

If the system has a line in you can hook up any cd to it. Some photo will help if you would like additional info. thanx

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Oct 11, 2018

What you are talking about is rebuilding the power supply for the turntable. A tricky job. Can you not find a replacement transformer? Otherwise you could find a pre-built power supply, providing it has the correct secondary supply for the turntable.

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Oct 11, 2018

It may be set to store settings. Like on most TVs. Check in the settings menu and make sure "Store" is not selected anywhere.

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Sep 30, 2018

Yes you did short it out. There could however be a fuse or something that protects the circuit that has clicked out. You will need to look into the unit to see if it has one of these. Otherwise you could have damage the main amp located on the heat sink!

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Sep 27, 2018

Pop the top and check for blown fuse(s).

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Sep 25, 2018

Try removing the sound system connection to see if it comes back. If it does then, either the settings on the sound system are set wrong, or the TV has either a connection problem, or a setting on it is muting the sound.

Pioneer Audio... • Answered on Sep 17, 2018

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