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My chinchilla chewed my speakers wires in half, can i get a new one? it is for lg speakers thanks, Jessica

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Yes there are replacement wires for virtually every system on the market today. Note the make/model go to local electronics store and ask the sales rep the location of the speaker wires. The new wires should have instructions on how the remove the damaged wires and replace with new.

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Hello, I can not get sound out of my Yamaha receiver/dvd player. It keeps blinking "speaker err" on the receiver. I looked and all the wires are hooked up. It just did it out of the blue, I was...

Hi, sounds like the speaker protection circuit may be active. Does the amp make a click of a relay closing then this may not be the case. there are seeral things you should do.
1/ check the speaker wiring closely. Examine and run your hand along every bit of it to see if it is frayed or chewed.
2/If you have a multimeter, check the DC resistance of all the speakers from the cable at the amo end( with each wire disconnected in turn and check for short circuits. That means anything approaching zero ohms.
If either of the above are true, then go about repairing the speaker... another tale... other wise, the amp has an internal problem. If you are up to it, I can talk you through a repair... try the above to see if its any speaker problems and get back to me here if you want to get iunto the amp full on :)

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You'll either double or half the ohm load if you do this. If you double the ohm load, you'll half the volume. If you half the ohm load, unless your receiver is rated for that load (very unlikely), you'll overdrive the amp and blow it.

Look on the back of the receiver. It will tell you what ohm load it's rated for. Usually, it's 8 ohms. If you are using 8 ohm speakers (virtually all home speakers), putting more than one speaker on a channel will kill the poor thing.

If you want more speakers, add another amp, or get a receiver capable of running the number of speakers you want.

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First make sure all connections are firmly in place. Not only speakers, but any other inputs too.
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Discover at the back of the amp a wire that was chew on by a mouse. Now its cuts out after a little while..... PS. I don't know how its working at all

if its the power cable???

STOP using the unit and have it repaired by a tech.

if its a signal cable buy a new one and fix it yourself

There is a risk of FIRE from any damaged power cable or hi power speaker cable.

Check now

hope this helps
thanks for using FixYa

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According to Technics reference manual, turn the unit off, unplug for a few, plug in, turn unit on. Consult your "dealer"(authorized repair person, i guess) if light remains on. But doesn't say what f70 means, or associated with.
Unplug and open up the unit, and check the internal fuses on the circuit board. Also check for proper speaker wire hook up. Re-seat the connections. Visibly check the speaker wire runs for shorts, cracked casing, cat/dog chewing. etc.

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Looking in the manual (link below) I see that this receiver uses 8ohm speakers, check that your speakers are 8 ohms or more. I think that connecting 2 sets of speakers to the same output is the problem as when you connect speakers in parallel (i.e. just twisting both pairs of wires together) you effectively half the impedance. So if 2 sets of speakers of 8ohms are connected this way the result will be 4ohms which is too low and will cause the unit to go into standby. Try removing the additional front speakers & see if the fault persists. If it does then it is likely a fault in the wiring.

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