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If that doesn't work, guys have had success in soldering caps of another value across several regulators. I can't remember where I found that, but google should know, it's what brought back the picture in my case.
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Back in service. The two fuses were the culprit. I might have blown them when I reconnected the 5 wire cable the first time, I recall one of the leads bent, might have touched the wire next to it.

If anyone else runs into a similar issue, no hdmi video or audio after soldering or even before repairing, check the two fuses and also any other fuses. When I was looking around I saw 3 other glass fuses along with these 2, and 4 more that were white/ceramic. Not sure if there were more but for certain these 9 are what I saw in the 876.

While it would have been nice to upgrade to newer tech, I'm more happy the 876 will continue to serve our use and I don't have to spend hundreds for a new receiver.

A big thanks for everyone who documented and showed the way to repair this problem. Especially the pictures, videos, part numbers, and other little details.
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Good show ↑ ... always check the fuses first...when encountering a transmission problem...picture or/and audio.

Of course after you checked the connections and cables and if the AC power cord is connected.

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