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Old 01-13-2012, 07:44 PM   #1
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I have a Sony STR-GX10 reciever that has a tuner that goes frim 76 MHZ to 90 MHZ. With no audio at all.Cannot get frequency to go above 90 MHZ.
Can you help me?

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Old 01-13-2012, 07:56 PM   #2
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If this thing is, what it sounds like it is....

I would try your question in the "Home Theater" forum.....down towards the bottom of the main page.

Sorry I can't be more help...as I said, I'm not even SURE it has anything to do with "home theater"...just guessing by the name.

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Probably a bad capacitor or tuner. You can try taking it to a repair shop, but be ready to shell out some $$$$.

Will other inputs work and is there any static when the tuner is on?
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Most likely a bad chip, not capacitor, since today's receivers are all digital for the tuners and such.
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Could try site like this to download the service manual:
http://www.eserviceinfo.com/index.ph...ny+str+gx+5+es
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I recieve= no noise and the tuner has no static.
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I recieve= no noise and the tuner has no static.
That would mean that either the speakers are not working, or that the tuner chip is blown, and now you have just a amp without a am/fm tuner. Btw, that is what you call an antique. http://vintagereceiver.net/rare-sony...s-receiver-exc Not even worth repairing.

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