Question about Harman Kardon AVR 130 Receiver
I just want to thank Kostiko. His solution about the fusible resistors is bang on!!!
I contacted Harman Kardon and spoke with three different people giving them very specific information, and they told me that it would probably be a board, and a minimum charge of around $150.00. Add in shipping costs and this fix would have been well over $250.00. I decided to just purchase a new receiver, a Harman Kardon AVR335. Within 1 month it quit working with the same condition. I now had 2 dead HK receivers. After seeing Kostiko's post, I downloaded the service manual, and had a look. It made sense, so I immediately pulled the case off and checked the two resistors which in fact had blown through. I then checked my new receiver, and low and behold, it also had the same two resistors fail. So thank you Kostiko, I now have two HK receivers working again. I guess that I need another set of speakers. BTW Digikey sells these replacements for less than $1.00 each. The part number is PPC.47CCT-ND.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
The real cause of the burned resistors is the little C, vertically mounted between the mentioned resistors. Remove this capacitor.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Try to reset it
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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