mcjunkiek: can i do the same by the onkyo txsr 608 ?
barnomoy: Thanks for the video! It worked for me! :) However, now that the HDMI output is working, it does not show colors correctly. There is a pink hue all over the display. The setup menu, though, shows fine. Its only when I try to output an HDMI IN (CBL/SAT, DVD, GAME/TV etc) does this discoloration occur. Any advice?
swrzesinski: Good job for that "pseudo" repair. Guy from vid don't know what smd soldering is. And way too much solder for that tiny cap.
Curt Briley: before:hdmi 1 only worked, hdmi 2 when it wanted to, hdmi 3&4 not at all. osd not at all.
after: everything works flawless
thanks for the info.
Steven Davis: A quarter of a million views, that tells you how badly made these Amps were.
Michel Evrard: HDMI onkyo
lenildo leite: I have a friend Receiver Onkyo TX-SR606 .. My doubt is when he give defective HDMI adapter affects the FM DVD SV etc. because my unit turns more I see that in many defective in HDMI and I wonder if the HDMI board affect device sound even in FM
lenildo leite: amigo eu tenho um Receiver Onkyo Tx-sr606 .. minha duvida é quando ele dar defeito na placa de HDMI afeta o FM DVD SV etc pois meu aparelho liga mais vejo que em muitos apresenta defeito no HDMI e gostaria de saber se a placa do HDMI afeta o som do aparelho mesmo no FM
bsc285: Had the same problem with my TX-SR706. I replaced all 100uf 4V capacitors with radial 100uf 25v. there were 15 on my HDMI board top and bottom. Now receiver works great. I was going to spend $90.00 @ an electronics place ($1.89/capacitor + $60.00 for labor. I decided to do it myself, went to Ebay and got 20 capacitors for $8.00, and soldered them myself. Thanks for the tutorial!!!
lito mabansag: good job tnx for the input....
Ashish Solanki: Hi...I have Onkyo TX-SR 875 AV Receiver. Recently It has strange issue. When I turn on the receiver the Headphone logo shows on its display screen even i didn't attached any headphone with it physically. Because of this there is no sound coming from any speakers attached with this receiver, even headphone also not given any kind of sound. I tried to reset the factory mode several times but didn't got any success. I also tried to insert headphone physically and pull back its jack but nothing happen. So please help me solve this issue. If possible upload repair video of this issue.
LAZARO ROMERO: Lazaro Romero Hi Ed, I think your video is great and I Am looking forward to fix my HT-R680 receiver, the problem is I don't know exactly which capacitors I need to pull out. Could you help me with that?
Peter Hamel: Yay! It worked! Thousand thanks!
Shifted: I know this is a little off topic but what speakers are you using? I very much like the size of them. My wife wants me to get rid of the large floor speakers I am using...
As for the receiver, I have noticed the OSD doesn't work and on all HDMI ports except one I get static so I have not been using them. I would be very happy knowing this is the issue. I think for less than $10 I will give it a try.
I had to fix faulty capacitors on my Samsung TV and now I have to fix them on an Onkyo receiver. I thought by spending more money I would be avoiding issues like this. My $100 Sony receiver is over 20 years old and has no issues...
Braulio Ortiz Vazquez: That issue cause some sound problems related? I mean, I have my receiver 606 only for stereo sound (No TV connected) and I starting to have some problems. When I playing music it stop sound and few minutes later start again and stop. I test all the inputs (RCA, HDMI) and the problem still the same. I want to know if this fix is only for video out or include sound issues?
latreche34: I have the same symptoms on my HT-R960 in addition I have no 1080p, Do you think replacing all capacitors fix the problem?
Manoj Illangakoon: Same problem on my TX-SR875 ,, i am thinking to replace all capacitors on HDMI board.
werdna12348: Hello, I have a onkyo TX-SR876 with the same issue, I've looked at the HDMI board and it's slightly different. Any idea which capacitors I would need to replace please?
Dave Molberg: Dan P, I was a click away from ordering a new receiver (and not an Onyko) until I saw your comment. Entered my info as per the link provided, my receiver (TX NR709 purchased Dec 2011) qualifies for the special warranty. Renewed my faith in Onkyo for correcting a known problem.
How to fix an Onkyo receiver - TX-SR606 - By Ed5
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