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Old 05-18-2016, 08:40 PM
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Here's the link to Onkyo Extended Warranty Program:

http://www.eu.onkyo.com/en/customer-...am-118747.html
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Old 05-19-2016, 01:19 PM
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IT IS ALIVE!!!!! sorry for vertical, just wanted to show TV and receiver. HDMI blinked with no video for like 5 seconds on initial startup and I heald my breath, no further issues on any inputs. They switch fast with no delay either! TXSR607 daughterboard was completely different having all 100uf resistors on bottom. Works great despite my questionable soldering! OSD is even working. haha

wife works tomorrow night so ill dial in all my settings again. im factory default now.


Panny TC-55GT50, PS3, ROKU3, Onkyo TX-SR607, Klipsch RW-12D, (F) Monitor 60 series II's, (C) CS2 Series II
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Excellent job and congratulations. Also, way to prove me wrong
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Old 05-19-2016, 03:36 PM
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Excellent job and congratulations. Also, way to prove me wrong
You did make me nervous when you mentioned the 607 not being the same issue, no worries. Just glad it's fixed, really like the receiver and hoping it stays serviceable for a while
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Thanks to this thread and some other online cross references, I've extended the life of my 606. My soldering won't win any beauty prizes, but it works and that is what matters.

I'm at the point where I'm ticked that capacitor issues seem to be so commonplace. Why use the cheap ones, when for $.25 or so per cap, a better cap can be spec'd?

In the last 6 months, I've replaced caps on:

LG DVR (kept rebooting)
Samsung TV - caps on PSupply
Pioneer DVD recorder - wouldn't boot
Onkyo amp - cheap caps on HDMI board

When you spend $2000 on a TV, you'd expect quality internals. It's not like it was an Insignia TV.
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Anyone by chance have the caps listing for a Onkyo PR-SC885 HDMI card?
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