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TX-SR504 receiver won't turn on

Receiver quit turning on. Now nothing connected to it. No lights. Hear a click but won't turn on.

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  • giants135 May 12, 2009

    I am having the same problem. When I plug my 505 in, it makes a click after a few seconds, and then another click a few seconds later. It will not turn on, and makes no indication that it is even plugged in other than the clicking noise. Any way to elaborate on your explaination? Any information would be helpful. pvt mail: [email protected]. Thanks

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Had same on an ONKYO TX-505 given to me for repair - eventually found a broken track on top circuit board that came from a transistor that control the main power on relay - looked like it was burnt off for a section of about 1.2mm

Repaired the track and has worked ever since

good luck WTech/Townsville


Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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