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Kenwood am/fm stereo receiver kr-596

I've had this item for about 10 years so i know its old but well taken care of, the first problem to occur was when i turned it on the on/off noise(click) would repeat over and over again for about 15 seconds and the blue light(everything that is normally visable) is not showing anything.Now the clicking has stopped other than when i turn it on or off but it still shows nothing and i cant control anything but i know its turning on and off + the standby light still works, im thinking maybe the board went bad, but not sure if its possible to replace or if its even sold seperatly i dont know, any suggestions.

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Theres a fuse that blew.. ive had to replace mine three or four times. just open it up and the fuse will be somewhere close to the volume knob

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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This happened to my 104AR two years after I bought it. It started right after a static charge was transfered from my finger, through the faceplate in the area of the volume knob. This area is not grounded and the shock killed something, somewhere inside. There may be only one part that needs replacing but determining what that is, is beyond my expertise. If you do find a way to fix it, I recommend grounding the volume pot, so it doesn't happen again.

Posted on Feb 24, 2007

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