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joe di matteo Posted on Jan 22, 2007
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Protector fan my protector fan on my Sony str-da50es is always on . I get no sound from it. Can someone help me. Thanks

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Hi there. Check for Dry solder joints around IC902,IC955,etc on Main board. This should sort your problem. IC902 supplies the Digital Board which in turn runs the fan circuit. This is why you won't have sound either. Be sure to unplug from mains and don't attempt if you do not have some experience in electronics. Hope this helps. Regards

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    alex F May 19, 2019

    I had the PROTECTOR (FAN). Solder joints were bad as mentioned by Justin Smith. Melted all, adding more solder material. Problem solved, thanks!

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Jump fuze f953. Resets receiver.

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Sounds fried. Time for a trip to the shop. Good luck.

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