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Onkyo TX-DS595 with no display?

The receiver powers up and verything works but there is no display.
Any suggestions? It has been sent off and fixed once before. Don't know what they did but this time they suggested in buying a new one.

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  • blacina Dec 21, 2008

    Me too... 8 year old receiver, display just quit working, appears to still function, but it is hard to be sure without a display... Submitted to Onkyo TS, will advise if they offer a solution.

  • naga
    naga Oct 04, 2014

    I just had the problem on my 10 years old DS595... but i see a black spot on the front sde of the display, i am affraid it is the display itself that died.

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Ran my 595 blind for 2 years and finally spent the time to diagnose it this year. Turns out that one of the resistors that is on the power supply went bad. Similar problems have happened with later models so i thought the same may be true for the DS595.

My Receiver has always run fine.. just no display anymore.

Here's the fix. Replace R9501. its on the larger board that is part of the Power Supply. You will have to take the 4 large screws out of the base of the big heavy power supply block to find the resistor. I believe the old resistors is a 1/4 Watt. I replaced it with a 1 Watt so that it can handle the heat of being turned on and off better.

The resistor you will need to buy is 2.0 Ohm. I wouldn't go anything less than a 1/2 Watt and preferably 1 Watt.

My receiver works line new now!


Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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    Santhagyozo Jan 05, 2015

    Thank You! That resistor was the problem. I disassemble it from the power supply and measure that and it was tear. Thank You again. Onkyo Powa ! ;)

  • Chris Kalina
    Chris Kalina Dec 05, 2016

    Can you explain exactly how you replaced this?

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