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Fisher 500 mono no sound?

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I found a fisher 500 mono stereo receiver on the sidewalk a few years ago (yes!)

I didn't really know what I found until I plugged it in and connected my speakers. My boston's never sounded so good.

I got an initial cloud of burnt dust and then everything was great. After about 20 - 30 hours of playing all of the sudden the sound went out. There was not sound or anything.

it seems like all of the tubes light up, but I don't know where to start trouble shooting or what to test or how.

I own vintage scooters and the electrics can be complicated and a bit messed up once the farmer gets a hold of them, so I'm not a newbie to wiring and soldering, or tracing connections, I just don't know circuit boards or tubes or stereos.

Any help is appreciated.

IMG_8918 by biminyrd posted Oct 11, 2017 at 10:00 PM

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Date: Oct 12, 2017   


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