Question about Sony STR-DB930 Receiver
I seem to have the left speaker not working at all and the centre speaker cutting in and out with a clicking noise. Any idea's ?
Hi. I have a SONY STRDB930 receiver and the rear speakers started cutting in and out, with a clicking sound. Eventually, the centre channel followed suit. I turned the receiver over and removed the slotted panel on the bottom. This allows you to access the circuit board, where you will find the solder joints belonging to some blue relays that you can see down on the bottom if you shine a torch in from the top. Check these, as I found 4 of them appeared to have broken. The solder blobs should appear shiny, without any dark ring around the pin. If they look dodgy, re solder them. I did this, and it appears to have fixed the problem, at least for now. These relays are what is clicking, and they turn the speakers on and off. If the voltage supply to the coil of the relay is interupted, by a faulty solder joint, for example, the relay will cut out.I hope my solution is not too late for you, I have only just gone online recently.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
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