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I cannot find the internal backup battery.

Hi there, I have read a similar problem posted by Bugsey but i have checked the boards with the fuses but still cannot locate the internal battery, any ideas thoughts. Does anyone know what type of battery i am looking for size shape etc. Thanks again.

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  • thecraw Sep 30, 2008

    Thanks guys for you're help, as explained i will just reset my settings when they lost usually during storms /power outages etc.

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I ran into the same issue with my Onkyo 787 receiver that the internal settings would get reset after a short power off. Getting all settings entered again (preferences, speaker distances, volumes, stations, etc.) is a real pain. Good news is that Onkyo DOES have a battery (actually a capacitor) to store the settings and that capacitor can go bad. Another good news is that replacement is quite easy.
The settings are preserved by a 5.5V 0.1F capacitor. Digikey sells it for around $1.50, you may choose a higher capacitance, as 0.3F if you're replacing it. I didn't want to wait for the part, so I decided to replace with something I had around from an old power supply. I used 10V 1000uF capacitor as a replacement and it works fine. Yes, it is 100x less in capacitance, but preserving setting for a short time is better than not preserving them at all. Settings survived a couple of days disconnect and I haven't tried leaving the receiver off for any longer yet.
Here's how you can find it: it's on the main horizontal board, on the same side where the volume control is. It's small, looks like a watch battery turned on the edge. Mine was in a blue shrink wrap. I cut off the leads next to the battery and left the wires sticking out of the PCB. There's plenty of room to put any capacitor.
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I believe it is c906 on the Harmon Kardon 500 series receiver's "Tuner/Front Panel board". It is a .1F (note the lack of a 'u' in front of that F) 5.5v capacitor that feeds into the 5v power of the main chip.

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    For some reason when you search google for avr500 battery you got this page

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Hi Craw,

Did you find the battery pack? If so where did you get replacements. I'm about to change mine out.

Thanks,
Bugsey

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2008

    Yeah, that's what most of us have been doing but when you live in an area with frequent power outages, it's a real pain in the A--.

    Bugsey


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On a TX-DS787 receiver there are no backup batteries for memory preservation.
There is a chip, probably a c-mos chip on the circuit board.
Mine erases memory during lightning storms.
Easiest way to fix is write down all your settings and reprogram when it goes dead.

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