Originally Posted by nlsteele
I see they left the component video boards underneath the HDMI board even on the 1007, are the HDMI boards failing due to capacitors again?
That seems to be the case. Sometimes the repair is replacing capacitors and for others its the whole board. The problem seems to come back for some, resulting in a 1009 as a replacement. I'm trying to decide what to do once mine comes back. I love the sound and features of the 1007 and Onkyo in general but I am tired of having to hassle with repairs. I kept fans on this unit, and the 606 for that matter, but it doesn't seem to make a difference except to maybe prolong the eventual failure. We use the receiver every day, can't stand TV speakers, so maybe I just have to move up to something more robust, but what that Might be, I don't know.