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Overloaded. When watching movies or dvd's or TV my receiver will shut down and it says "OVERLOADED". It happens when I have the volume at 50 or more. Am I underpowered? What do I need to do?

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Your probably overdriving your speakers. unit will detectand set overload when it gets hot or your speakers start to disort out. most amps is at full volume at half volume anyways

Posted on Aug 14, 2012

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The overload message is indicating that a problem was found and the system is shutting down the output section to prevent further damage. There are probably poor connections on the main board and failing capacitors in the front end. Expect a parts vcost in the $10 range. Add in the local labor rate for the total repair bill.
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Check to see if the receiver is properly cooled.

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Firstly check all your speaker wiring. Any damage can cause a short which will overload the system. You might not notice it, due to the fact that when you have the system on loud, vibrations move the wires on the cabinets or elsewhere. So make certain there are no loose wires near the speakers terminals into each one. If all that is good go to the next check.
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