My RCA RS 2620 stereo unit has power but I am not getting any sound. I have read some of the solutions but I would like to know how do I go about repairing the problem myself. For example, what part do I need, where can I get the part, and what are the steps to make the repairs.
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Re: RS 2620 has power but I do get any sound
If you are not familiar with electronic circuitry, I would strongly suggest you did not try to service the unit yourself. There are many circuit functions that need to be tracked and evaluated, any one of which could be the problem or one of the problems.
Please consider taking unit to to serviced
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The Aux audio L/R input jacks are below the On/Off button on the left side of the front of the stereo's main unit. The headphone jack is just below the input jacks. You will probably need an adapter to split the stereo output from the Blackberry (probably a 3.5 mm stereo jack) to the L/R jacks.
I need to see if the manual has any method of button pushing to get the sound back on. Otherwise, I am not an electronic type of guy that has soldering tools, can tell a resistor from a plug, etc. if that is what is needed to get the thing going with sound.
I had the sane problem: No audio out from any source. Although I was unable to find a schematic or service manual, I did find the defective part was labeled on the circuit board as Q401 and replaced it with RadioShack part number 276-2009 (MPS2222A NPN Transistor TO-92 case NPN silicon). This is not an exact match, but is available at most RadioShack locations for under $1 and has fixed the problem.