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Old 4th December 2012, 12:55 AM   #1
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Default Pioneer VSX-D557 Overload problem

Hi there guys I was seeking some info regarding a Pioneer VSX-D557 Reciever when you turn it on with nothing hooked up it flashes Power Off then shuts off i went ahead removed the bad transistor chip set (A1962) and (C5242)fired it back up Everything turned on and functioned properly A,B Left and Right Rear Speaker channels Left and Right except the transistors in line with the Center channel i would like to replace these but i dont have a schematic for this reciever and no idea what else needs to be replaced im assumming due to the Chips blowing there may be more wrong with it any suggestions would be appreciated should i order a set use the light bulb inline with the fuse out idea or not chance swapping them out due to more stuff being wrong ?
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