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JVC RX-DV5SL I recently had a lighting strike and now my receiver turns on and then shows "OVERLOAD" in the display. I have electronics experience and can replace parts but i have limited testing equipment. Can this be a simpple fix ie, power supply capacitor or voltage regulator? I have dwonloaded the schematics on so I am able to find specific parts. Any help is appreciated.

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Disconnect the output devices and see if it clears. If it does, connect up the disconnected devices up till the reciver overloads again.

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