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Old 11-20-2012, 08:49 PM   #256  
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I'll post a pic tomorrow but repair i believe is to much at this point. There are over 25 pieces that have just fallen off including those tiny micro diodes.
I am thinking a replacement board or garbage.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:59 PM   #257  
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Hello all,

First off thanks to the community for this thread.

I followed the suggestions here an replaced the x5 111uf 4V caps on the daughter board. Unfortunately I had peeling of the pads when removing the old ones, one peeled off about 95% leaving only a sliver of a corner of the pad left on the board.

I replaced the rest anyway and plugged it in to see if it was salvageable. I have picture, OSD of the settings, handshake is right on point, the only and MASSIVE issue is that I have zero sound.

I tried sound over HDMI and Optical with no success. I even went to the speaker settings where what sounds like wind plays over the individual speakers while adjusting db levels... nothing.


I didnt have high expectations for this but now im just disappointed that everything else seems to work. Any ideas? ??

Edit: I factory reset the receiver and still no sound. Would plugging in the mic for room calibration initiate the setup?

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Old 12-05-2012, 02:11 PM   #258  
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Just replace them with the 1uF 50V ones. I read somewhere that onkyo replaced the caps that are shipped to service centers to 1uF ones. They just didn't update the bulletin.

You say you get VD???????. Can you check if the upscaling/component works? As I understood the VD??????? means you have a corrupted video eeprom.
Upsacling works not sure about component as I dont have an devices using these out puts

Update used an old sky box with the components connection cand can confirm, for me at least, upsacling works.

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Old 12-05-2012, 02:17 PM   #259  
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Hello all,

First off thanks to the community for this thread.

I followed the suggestions here an replaced the x5 111uf 4V caps on the daughter board. Unfortunately I had peeling of the pads when removing the old ones, one peeled off about 95% leaving only a sliver of a corner of the pad left on the board.

I replaced the rest anyway and plugged it in to see if it was salvageable. I have picture, OSD of the settings, handshake is right on point, the only and MASSIVE issue is that I have zero sound.

I tried sound over HDMI and Optical with no success. I even went to the speaker settings where what sounds like wind plays over the individual speakers while adjusting db levels... nothing.


I didnt have high expectations for this but now im just disappointed that everything else seems to work. Any ideas? ??

Edit: I factory reset the receiver and still no sound. Would plugging in the mic for room calibration initiate the setup?
WishinItWas I am in the SAME exact boat. I have everything working as far as video is concerned but no AUDIO! I've seen previous post where people had an issue with the black 5-pin power connection and others referenced the 3 white connectors on the right-side of the board that connects to the rest of the DSP stuff. Please let me know if you figure out what the problem is!!!

Note: I can actually get audio with the radio using the "Direct Mode" or can have the sound sent though the receiver to the tv using PCM mode.
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Old 12-06-2012, 02:41 PM   #260  
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Hello all,

First off thanks to the community for this thread.

I followed the suggestions here an replaced the x5 111uf 4V caps on the daughter board. Unfortunately I had peeling of the pads when removing the old ones, one peeled off about 95% leaving only a sliver of a corner of the pad left on the board.

I replaced the rest anyway and plugged it in to see if it was salvageable. I have picture, OSD of the settings, handshake is right on point, the only and MASSIVE issue is that I have zero sound.

I tried sound over HDMI and Optical with no success. I even went to the speaker settings where what sounds like wind plays over the individual speakers while adjusting db levels... nothing.


I didnt have high expectations for this but now im just disappointed that everything else seems to work. Any ideas? ??

Edit: I factory reset the receiver and still no sound. Would plugging in the mic for room calibration initiate the setup?

Yep same issue with mine , i soldered the 5 black wires connected to the while block that provid power onto the PCB board to get it working again.
hope it helps.

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Old 12-14-2012, 10:31 AM   #261  
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Yep same issue with mine , i soldered the 5 black wires connected to the while block that provid power onto the PCB board to get it working again.
hope it helps.
I have yet to have a chance to break it down again, but this will be my next move. did you remove the block to solder the wires? Would hard wiring them be a, less convenient/ ideal, but "Better" solution?
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Old 12-17-2012, 01:15 PM   #262  
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I have yet to have a chance to break it down again, but this will be my next move. did you remove the block to solder the wires? Would hard wiring them be a, less convenient/ ideal, but "Better" solution?
I just soldered to wires to the back of the connect, from the understide. But i suppose the neater way would be to remove the connecter.
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:23 PM   #263  
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well im glad i found this thread because my 606 did the same thing crapped out. funny thing was i forgot to mark which uf100 caps had to come out and before i new it i had taken a couple out that i shouldnt have haha. only have six replacements i just soldered what i had removed back in and voila it up and running again, ill have to pick up some more the next time im in town and finish replacing all of them. but for now its all happy for the last hour
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Old 01-12-2013, 05:44 PM   #264  
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I have yet to have a chance to break it down again, but this will be my next move. did you remove the block to solder the wires? Would hard wiring them be a, less convenient/ ideal, but "Better" solution?

HI Mate,
I removed the block and soldered them direct. However my reason for removing the nblock was to carry out a cooling mod, as i noticed that the amp ran really hot. I mean i could heat the room with it hot.

As you can see from this picture

IMAG0003 by aim-n-shoot, on Flickr


I then soldered on a fout pin fan plug. to the correct terminal. If you look closely you can just about to see the wires soldered on the underside.
I am not surewhat affect drawing the power from this point will have. In the end if the amp dies it just means i can get a new one


IMAG0005 by aim-n-shoot, on Flickr

Better picture


IMAG0006 by aim-n-shoot, on Flickr

Then mounted the fan onto the case.


IMAG0007 by aim-n-shoot, on Flickr

and soldered the female end to the under side.


IMAG0004 by aim-n-shoot, on Flickr

I then put the amp back to gather again and it has been work for the last 4 hour with no issue. The case is a lot cooler and it is really quite you cannt ever hear it with the sound turned down.


IMAG0009 by aim-n-shoot, on Flickr

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Old 01-16-2013, 04:17 PM   #265  
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Would you happen to know which capacitors I would need to replace on a sr706 or how I can figure that out?
My 706 is suffering from the issue and progressively getting worse. Anybody clarify parts for the 706? Do the 606 and 706 share the same HDMI daughterboard?
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:37 PM   #266  
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Just wanted to follow up with some big thanks for the help form this thread. After removing the clip and direct soldering the daughter board I now have mt receiver fully functional!!
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:03 PM   #267  
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My issue is like others here. I HAD HDMI switching issues maybe a year ago. I came across a nice YouTube video that detailed it was the caps on the HDMI board. So I followed that guide and VOILA perfect switching again. Everything has been great since then.

Last night, after returning home from house sitting a few days, I went to turn on our HT. I got nothing. TV said Check Signal Cable. WTF. So jiggling all the cables and nothing.

Come to find out I am having the issue others have had. I get sound through HDMI because I can hear the PS3 start up jingle through the HT. My TV then puts an error about the Anynet device is screwy. So I am getting some signal through. I just have no video. I also don't get the setup screen to show.

What is the issue here? Are there other components besides the caps that go bad creating this issue?

I have also left the receiver running "warming up" now for probably 20 minutes while I searched, wrote and posted this. Still no video.


Edit: Must have been a cable issue. Came home today and receiver was at room temp. which is around 50*. Turned on the TV which then gave the receiver a handshake to turn on. It did what it was supposed to and came on and the HTPC showed up like normal.

Still boggled on why the same cable works fine on a different setup.

OK...left it off to cool down for a while about 20 minutes. It still felt a little bit warm but not at operating temperature. Turned it on and it worked right away. Could it be a cabling issue? Why would the same cable work from the Roku to the bedroom TV? Could it be certain pins are messed up that the Roku to TV doesn't use?

I have a new HDMI cable on the way from Monoprice. I will test from dead cold with it to see. The upstairs gets pretty cool because its heated with a space heater when we are up there. Will have to see what it's like from being about 40-50 degrees.

Edit: tonight I was going to see if I could get optical audio so I can at least get some SS. So optical worked with the PS3 and my HTPC. So I started switching cables around. All of a sudden I was getting video over HDMI. So I swapped out the output cable. And I am getting video again. Bring the "bad" cable downstairs and it works on the bedroom TV with the Roku. I am also getting OSD. I don't know if it just had been on longer with time to warm up or what. I turned it off to cool down so I can see if that is the issue. If it works after it warms up what is it? I have already replaced I think 4 or 5 caps going by the video. Would more go bad? I used caps from Radio Shack. Unsure their spec but I remember the video gave me the exact P\N.

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Old 02-18-2013, 04:21 PM   #268  
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I have successfully fixed my SR606 thanks to the info here. Thanks for everything all!
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:02 PM   #269  
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Wow! This thread is still goin strong
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:09 PM   #270  
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I'll post a pic tomorrow but repair i believe is to much at this point. There are over 25 pieces that have just fallen off including those tiny micro diodes.
I am thinking a replacement board or garbage.
I've seen this in one Onkyo. One of hundreds of 606's i've worked on. It's a wave soldering failure. Manufacturer defect.
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