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Old 14th January 2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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Default Realistic STA2000 Repair - Speaker Power

Hello,

I'm trying to repair my Realistic STA2000 receiver that worked great up until about a month ago when the speakers stopped receiving power. Everything else seems to power up and function properly, but as you can see from the image, the speaker power gauges are at '0' watts.

It seems like it should be an easy fix and if so I'd rather not fork up the $$ to have it repaired. I have no circuitry experience but have friends that do and may be able to help if I can pinpoint the issue.

I love this receiver so any advice is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
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