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No audio output

Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by DIYspanner, 26 Dec 2019.

  1. DIYspanner

    DIYspanner

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    An old Goodman GPS164R music centre.

    Its lost the sound on one of the speakers. When I swapped the speaker leads inside the case around, the other speaker worked so evidently the channel on the PCB is the culprit.

    Any suggestion on the electronics know-how front how to get the audio channel back to life?
     
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    It's probably the capacitors on the amplifier output stage. Look for swollen caps. Do a Google image search for "bad caps". Use a hot air source such as a hairdryer to heat the caps. Any that are intermittent can be coaxed back in to life (temporarily only) to help you with troubleshooting.


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    Cheers!

    I'll have a look at any caps.
     
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