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Technics SA-DA10 jumps into overload after 10 minutes

I turn the reciever on without speakers and volume zero then after 10 min he jumps into overload . I notised that the fan starts to turn when the volume is half way up is this correct ? I would love to hear the sound out of this reciever , i just bought it from someone . Hope the expert's can help me greetings Jan Henk from Delfzijl / Holland

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  • hennep Oct 14, 2008

    No not yet i try it now . Sony speakers 200 Watt max 8 ohm.

  • hennep Oct 15, 2008

    I m going to try that one tomorrow . Good one and yes i'm handy whit a soldering iron so lets have a look . could it be caused by thin wires ? i have attaged 2 x 1,5 mm . i think its too thin but don't have any other maybe i should buy new cables ? and wich sise ? 100watt rms per output gr jan henk

  • hennep Mar 12, 2009

    Hello Hennep again . i have checked it but can't see any loose connections . the amplifier works for 2 minutes then it goes into overload . if i turn it on and put up the volume or bass it goes in overload inmediatly . the lights in the volume button and input selector don't work either. What could it be ?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    overload with the sa-da10 home theater systeme wene i turne the volume up past a quarter im using 2 pairs of speakers the fan wasent working i replaced it i have the same probleme

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I tried stil having the same problem the led in the volume buttun doesn't work the one in the selector button also doesn't work. JH

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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Have you tried connecting speakers? What was the result?

Yes, when you turn the volume up on these amps (or when the output gets past a certain level) the cooling fan should automatically come on.

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  • Inno Laur Oct 15, 2008

    Sounds like a faulty amplifier. Technics amplifiers use ICs in their output stage and over time the connections can come loose and cause faults like you're seeing.
    If you're handy with a soldering iron or know someone who is, remove the circuit board and check around the output stage (actually look over the whole board) and re-solder any connections that look like there are hairline cracks around the legs of any components. This is very common on Technics amps.


  • Inno Laur Oct 15, 2008

    Don't worry about the size of the speaker wire just yet. Even with undersized wire (as long as it is not too long) you should still get sound out of your speakers. Also make sure that none of the wires are touching each other or to ground.

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