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Re: my AVR 235 stays on stand by
problems with Avr units are the internal supply always fail with in time.
mostly -15v and +15v are the regulators 7815 and 7915.
the mpu takes care of the AVR .. the control unit stops the AVR not to get more damage ,
if you now or have the knowledge about Electronics, check power supply voltages, regulators, check capacitors.
dont forget to check soldering points also.
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This sounds like the amps protector circuit has been activated due to thermal overload. switch it off for an hour or more to let it cool down, make sure your spkrs are connected properly, don't parallel. Try using a fan on the unit to get that heat away. Get a techie friend to give the insides a once over, and clear away any dust that has built up.
Try disconnecting the speakers at the receiver. turn it on radio or any other source and turn up the volume. If the receiver still shuts of, there is an internal capacitor issue and needs serviced. More than likely though, it's a speaker problem. If the speakers were underpowered and at max volume, chances are the damage was to a voice coil in one of the speakers. If the receiver continues to stay on without being connected it's ok. check your speaker wires as well. Frequently loose braids on wires touch each other and create very little resistance until turned up, more volume, more resistance. Then the receiver puts itself into protection mode so no damage will occur. If you need further help, post a comment and I can help you troubleshoot further.
disconnect all connections cycle power if the power stays on reconnect equipment one at a time cycling power after each peice reconnected. If the power goes back to stand by with nothing connected the reciever needs repair
This is normally caused when the overload protection circuit kicks in. To see if this is the case, unplug everything (except power) including speakers and then power on th receiver. If it stays on then try reconnecting speakers one by one. If one of the speakers causes the failure then follow the speaker wire back to the speaker and examine for damage. If all speakers work then start adding components back one by one and test as each one is re-connected.
The only way you can fix this is you have the proper tools and have very good soldering skills. If so, I will post more instructions on how to fix this.
It has a blown channel, it can not be fixed without some good troubleshooting skills. The protect mode is so you don't cause more damage to it. If you continue to turn it on, you may cause more damage.
Your best bet is to take it in to get repaired at a service center.
Nope. sorry to burst your bubble but your problem is pretty common on this unit. Its bad capacitors in the power supply and probably not worth repairing in a repair shop. since this is a solid state reciver, there are no user replaceable parts inside.