I have an eighteen year old HR-752 receiver and it works great, except the plastic on/off button broke, so I have to stick my finger inside to active the on/off. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement button and (I think, but I have not taken it apart to verify) the bracket that holds the button? Thanks.
I own a Carver Receiver 900 and am looking for the control knobs for the MONITOR and DUBBING controls. Can you help please?
I own a Carver Magnetic Field Power Receiver with wood ends, the model number appears to be MXR 130. It lights up when turned on, but does not respond to
tuning or any other control. The fuse is intact..no evidence of having blown out.
Question: Who is Rhode Is land is authorized to repair a Carver MXR 130?
WAS WONDERING WHAT THE CARVER 900 RECIEVER WOULD BE WORTH TODAY I’VE GOT 1 AND NEED SOME INFO ON IT IT’S IN GOOD SHAPE BOUT IT IN 86
I am looking for a circuit board for an HR-732 to keep mine from going to parts distribution cemetary.
Are you parting out any?
I need YK058J2814
any help is appreciated.
I saw your ad here about the plastic button for the power switch to turn the unit off and on, I to am having a hard time locating one as I have the same problem. Please let me know if you found one, where and how much.
I have an AV-505 Five-Channel Power Amplifier & a CT-28v Audio/Video Preamplifier/Tuner with Dolby ProLogic Surround. I still use it and works well. I’m looking for more information about it but can’t find any, including here at teh Carver site.
Anybody have any lead about them. Thanks, Jimdar
I’ve got an HR-772 receiver I picked up a few years ago, it works great but I don’t have the remote. I figured no problem just need a universal that works right? I know the RH-77 is the unit included when shipped from the factory, but I can’t seem to locate one at a reasonable price, I have a Sony RM-AV2500 I use for everything else, I can’t find a program code to get it to communicate with the Carver, or use the learn feature without a remote that works the Carver, I’d like to know what Carver remotes also work, RH-75 does from what I’ve heard, is there an affordable universal that works at least the power, volume, and input selection? I’d even rent an original(anybody?)if it can teach the Sony AV2500 basics mentioned. Thanks in advance for any help on this matter.
I have a CARVER REMOTE CONTROL RH-88. Can someone tell me what model receiver this goes to?
I have an old Carver HR 772 receiver, when turned on it shuts itself down after a few seconds. Is it worth the repair or should I go for a new one.
Appreciate your advise
I have a Carver 900, bought in 1985, which has been working great ever since; excellent FM reception with an external 75 ohm antenna. However,the other day – from one evening to the next morning, no more FM reception at all; only the lowest signal strength LED lights up. I bought a new external antenna, still nothing. All other functions – CD player, tape deck, turntable – work fine. I also brought another radio(“boombox”)to the location in the house of the 900, and it worked perfectly on its own without antenna.I live in Dutchess County, NY.
Greatful for any advice/suggestions/solutions.
do any one know the model no. of the remote that came with the reciever model:mxr-130 or a place to search for one.
I need an on/off button for a Carver HR0752. Any ideas on where I can get one? Thanks
I have a c-1000 home theater the high voltage high current lights went on and I have no volume, what do you think is wrong and an approximate price for repair please
i need a stanley 8v 025a bulb for my carver m-500t where can i buy it
looking for info on older carver c1000a receiver which is a 6.1 & would like copy of owners manual please. thanks, reply
I own a avr100 in great shape was wondering if it’s worth anything?
Does anybody know where I could get a Carver HR-772 (1994 vintage) receiver repaired near Central Oregon or somewhere I could send it?
Looking for the main power transformer for carver 2000
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.