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Can someone estimate about how much would it be to repair a Onkyo NR905 receiver that won't turn on. The standby light comes on but it won't power up.

And is there any way to diagnose the problem and maybe fix it myself? I don't have a lot of experience with this sort of stuff but if it's not hard I could give it a try.

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Sure. $100

Check the fuse.
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Can someone estimate about how much would it be to repair a Onkyo NR905 receiver that won't turn on. The standby light comes on but it won't power up.

And is there any way to diagnose the problem and maybe fix it myself? I don't have a lot of experience with this sort of stuff but if it's not hard I could give it a try.

Thanks!

Isn't it still under warranty? If not the option of bringing to a good electronics shop is the only other way to get an estimate for cost. It may be something simple as a fried wire or even just loose. Have you popped the top off of it and checked for a blown fuse? That's the first thing I'd do if its out of warranty. Check Onkyo's website for repair centers close to you. If there are none, find one you can trust.
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