There could be a variety of possible reasons why your Harmon Kardon receiver or DVD player isn't working correctly. Faulty control boards or bad wiring connections can prevent the equipment from working. You may need to replace parts when your receiver or DVD player isn’t working.
The receiver is made up of complex designs and electronic components, and one burnt-out transistor might make the LED display black while another could fry the entire unit. With that said, here are five different problems with possible causes to help you troubleshoot and repair your receiver.
Just as with the Harmon Kardon receiver, the DVD player is also a complex machine that can be damaged in several ways. In addition to all the electronic components that can burn out, there are the mechanical pieces that physically move the disc in and out of the player. Here are five problems experienced with DVD players and their causes.
After you've discovered what parts on your receiver or DVD player need replacing, finding them on Sears PartsDirect is simple. Just use the search feature at the top of the screen to input the model number of your A/V equipment or the part number if you have it. If you don't have either number, you can still find the parts you need by using the category listing to narrow down your search. Our Sears PartsDirect customer service professionals are standing by to field any questions or concerns you might have.