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mike49504 28th April 2012 09:41 PM

Kenwood KAC7202
The rca shield ground connects to 1 end of a surface mount cap the other end connects to a resistor..

Is that resistor a 10K or does anyone know the value ?

1moreamp 28th April 2012 09:59 PM

Pm me I have the document if you need it...:)

I see 1k to the cap and then 10k after the cap

mike49504 29th April 2012 07:14 AM

I just got the schematic from 1more amp.. But cant seem to find the part im looking for on the schematic..

The part is located on the bottom of the board not sure if its a diode or resistor but it connects to leg 1 of the D2012..

Its in the area marked 2 on the bottom of the board anyone know?

Perry Babin 30th April 2012 05:39 AM

You need to include the circuit board designations for every part that you're referring to.

mike49504 5th May 2012 04:18 AM

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This is the part im refering to anyone know what it is and the value ?

1moreamp 5th May 2012 05:29 AM

It looks like D3 and it connects to Q1 which is a +15 volt rail pass regulator and the part number is 02DZ16F-Y Zener Diode ...:)

Perry Babin 5th May 2012 05:32 AM

It appears to be D3. Likely a 16v zener diode from the part number (page 13 of the service manual).

mike49504 5th May 2012 01:47 PM

Would that cuase the amp to draw excessive current?

Perry Babin 7th May 2012 04:03 AM

Many things could cause excessive current draw. Have you check the bias?

Have you checked the DC voltage (down to the millivolt) across the emitter resistors (limiter inline) to see if one channel had more current flowing through the outputs than the others?

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