20 Most Recent KLH KL2400 Tuner Questions & Answers

false contacts on the plate

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Sep 07, 2013

Move it back.

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Apr 27, 2011

470.000 ohms not 470 ohms 470k ohms at 5% tol. either the main p.s. diodes are shorted or the output and driver transtors are shorted causeing the fuse to blow....

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Nov 17, 2009


Thanks for using fixya.

The klh-2400 doesn't have an internal fuse. Your receiver has loose circuit board solder joints. What you need to do is open up your receiver and check for loose solder joins. You can easily spot these if you find little burn marks around a loose solder joint. You can also spot the bad solder joints if you notice cracks around the solder joints.




KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Jun 15, 2009

the subwoofer i have, a polk, connects directly to the right and left speaker lines of the klh2400.
i then connect my stereo left and stereo right speakers to the subwoofer.
essentially, the subwoofer becomes a middle station between my speakers.
make sense?

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Jun 15, 2009

Buy at Radio Shack. 1.99
1.5A 250V 3.6x10mm Fast-Acting Ceramic Fuse

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on May 03, 2009

I bought two of these in "non working" condidition. All it was is this: There are two plug-in's or shunt's whatever you wanna call them that come pre-installed on my units that were up/down and should have been horizontal in block marked "speaker output".
Both unit's work fine now. Came from factory that way!
Try it and let me know at kyhillbilly@bellsouth.net

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Feb 04, 2009

It is an FM coaxial connection. No.

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Nov 30, 2008

Well here goes a spelling problem for me. You need to replace a component called a podentiomiter. It is the actual volume control behind the knob. I have had to replace a few of these, and pioneer seems to to more prone to these problems.

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Feb 20, 2008

Suzie, your reciver is going into a protection mode. There is a problem with one of your speakers, the wiring, or +with the reciver itself. If you know how to use a multimeter, then you can test the resistance of the speaker, as if one speaker was partally shorted this problem would occor. If you have another set of speakers, try them. If not then you will need to have the reciver bench checked for a fault.

KLH KL2400 Tuner | Answered on Oct 07, 2006

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