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diyfmradio 28th June 2006 10:58 AM

Yamaha AVC30 Schemetic
 
Hi
I have a Yamaha AVC30 amplifier
wich has burned some resistors so I can not read their values
does anybody have a schemetic for this amplifier
or can anybody tell me where I can download it?..

I have already replaced the faulty transistor now I just
need the value of those resistors so I can switch it on & test it...

Thanks in advance...

Meshuganah 29th June 2006 10:14 AM

Hi, If the resistors were in the load circuit when the output blew they will probably be around 1 OHM wire wound. Hamrad should have some 5w devices. if it works, great. it the power is low, these may need to be anything as low as 0.1 Ohm.

Good luck. Meshuganah

diyfmradio 29th June 2006 01:35 PM

Thanks for the reply

but those are fine

it is some 1/4w ones next to the output transistros...
they are blown on both sides so I cant even copy on
the other chanel...

Thanks in advance....

Meshuganah 30th June 2006 06:56 AM

Hi, Sorry that never fixed the problem. The next lot to look at are output and driver bias resistors which could burn up in some circumstances.
The values as a rule of thumb will be from 100 ohms up to no more that say 470 at the upper limit. It is not likely that anything higher than that will burn quickly.
I would try 220 ohm half watts and watch carefully when you switch on. Have you checked out your driver transistors? I would........Now!
Its difficult to say with certainty because you can incur distortion etc if you mess too much but give it a try!

Gooi geluk! (?) Meshuganah

diyfmradio 30th June 2006 12:59 PM

Thanks for the reply....

Ill try that & Keep you posted....

anatech 30th June 2006 04:16 PM

Hi diyfmradio,
I searched around a bit and found a few download sites, but nothing at no charge.

Check here for one. $19.50 USD. Close to the actual manual cost from Yamaha I think. I'd contact the Yamaha spares dept. if I were you. Get the entire manual.

-Chris

diyfmradio 5th July 2006 02:20 PM

Thanks for the link...

I have tried emailing yamaha but no responce....

Thanks Again...

anatech 5th July 2006 02:55 PM

Hi diyfmradio,
Are you trying to contact an agent in your country? The US would probably not respond to you.

-Chris

diyfmradio 5th July 2006 03:33 PM

I had contacted the U.S.

Thanks for the tip have just found http://www.balancedaudio.co.za/
to be my local agent and have sent them a E-Mail
hope they respond...

thanks again ....
cant wait to get this baby going... :smash:

Meshuganah 5th July 2006 09:09 PM

You can always rip it all out and build a coulple of gainclones in there instead......probly sound better too...Klank mooi ne!

Meshuganah

I used to be in Durban.....


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