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Old 27th January 2006, 03:00 PM   #1
trunkmonkey is offline trunkmonkey  Canada
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Default Onkyo TX-8011 transformer

I assume some sort of short but what would cause the transformer to go in this receiver. Fuses are not blown. I have checked that power is going into the transformer but no output. It is spot welded shut so I cannot see if it is fused inside. I tried to order a new one from Onkyo but it is obsolete. Does anyone know the specs and if I can get an replacement.
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