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Pioneer VSX-1017TXV-K.......it keeps shutting off at high volume..can't figure out why and have tried everything in the manual to stop it but it keeps doing it

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Hello, your speakers are the problem or if your unit has a fan it is not working. Turn on the stereo at low volume. Take off the speaker grill (if you can) and put your ear up to each speaker in each cabinet. You will most likely find that a mid-range or tweeter speaker is not putting out sound. That's what I have seen the most in the 20 years or so of doing this. Good Luck

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Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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