Maybe someone has helped you out and glued it.:whip:
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If any of the diodes are shorted. It was probably due to lightning or severe power surge.
Once bridged rectifier is disconnected from the transformer. The bridged rectifier is tested like 4 individual diodes.
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Watch ebay for a parts.Those pieces always get broken.Very old brittle plastic.
Yes they are VFETs..
With that method.You have about a 0.0001 % chance of getting any deoxit, on anything, that will make any difference. Heck.. Just exercising the...
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Note : If you don't like the negative polarity sign on your meter --- swap the test leads around..:biggrin:
I've been listening to Yamaha NS for nearly 43 years.
Your two test points are the top end of the front two emitter resistors on either channel. I don't need to really pay attention to those reference...
Ref is refering to the typo in the "idle current/bias procedure in the service manual R157-R160.
The service bulletin is to correct the typo in...
I think so..If the L-channel is OK.
Should be able to remove the 704 and make sure the solder pads are clean with no solder bridges. Then remeasure voltages on IC702.Hopefully there...
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