Question about Onkyo TX-SR503 Receiver
Try first to disconnect all your speakers and see if the sdame thing happens. if it dosent, turn off and start to connect up one speaker at a time. BUT always turn off unit while connecting speakers. Keep connecting till you get to the one that makes the system shut down. Then check the wires for splices cuts or shorts and make sure the ends where they connect to the speaker and reciver isent shorted. if it doesnt work with all the speakers disconnected theres a short in the unit and if its new take it back. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 17, 2006
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