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dead aiwa stereo

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Greig Corlett, Jan 5, 2006.

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  1. I have an Aiwa nsx f9 stereo which is completely dead. after a look around
    the circuit I found 2 blown fuse resistors which feed into 2 power
    transistors near the bottom of the main board after replacing these it is
    still dead any ideas as to how to fix this unit. I have checked all the
    power supply rails and they match similar wiring diagrams that I have. I do
    not have the schematic for this exact model. if anyone has encounter this
    fault before please help. this was a very nice stereo.



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  2. So the fuses to the output stage blew, and on replacement nothing worked.
    Just as a wild random guess could it be that the output stage has gone to
    meet its maker ??
    Have we checked the transistors? by golly since they are after the fuses I
    wonder if there could be something wrong with them??
    It is hardly an unusual fault with amps.
    Check the supply to them and if its OK then test the output trannys and
    their associated driving trannys.
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