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Help My receiver shuts itself off after about 2 seconds everytime I try to turn it on. The only other problem it has had was that the power cord was cut and replaced but it still worked after that and is still getting power.

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This normally happens when you have the speakers connected wrong. If a set of speakers wires is connected wrong (ie. the wire that should be in black is in red, and vice versa.) then it does that as like a safety switch I guess. I had this happen once before.

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Hi there
Try the following steps to remove HP Printer Error Code 0xc18a0001.
I have put 3 ways for you to try.

1. Without turning off the printer, unplug the USB cable.
2. Remove the cartridges.
3. Wait until the message "Insert cartridge" appears.
4. Unplug the power cord.
5. Wait 60 seconds.
6. Reconnect the power cable. If the printer does not turn on automatically, press "On button".
7. Reinsert the cartridges and close the lid.
8. If the printer has a page of calibration accept.
9. Reconnect the USB cable and remake an impression.
10. If the problem persists, the machine must be repaired.

Or try 2

Turn the printer and wait until you receive the error message.
* Simultaneously press the keys "9" and "#" printer.
* While holding the button down, unplug the power cord from the unit.
* Wait a few seconds.
* Still holding the button down, reconnect the cable and turn on the printer.
* Release the buttons.

Or try 3

* Turn the printer and wait until you receive the error message.
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* Wait a few seconds.
* Still holding the button down, reconnect the cable and turn on the printer.
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I got the same problem with my Denon AVR-2105/885


Your receiver is going into protection. The first thing to do is disconnect all speakers at the receiver. Unplug the power cord, then let it set for 30 seconds. Plug it back in and power it on. If it stays on, you have either a wire shorting out at the back of the receiver, something that has pierced the speaker wire en-route to the speaker, a wire touching the other at the speaker or a blown speaker.

Speaker wires should only be trimmed about 1/2" bare at the terminal and make sure you twist the braid so it does not fray. Then connect speakers one at a time, testing the receiver power each time until it either shorts and cuts out, or, you have solved the problem. Hope this helps. If you need more help, post a comment and I can help you some more

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You might have a short somewhere behind the back of your receiver.Maybe a speaker wire sticks out and it is touching the back of the metal panel,or an RCA connection to a wrong input or output.
It is common because when you are behind the receiver for so long,carelessness will cause you.
A professional A/V troubleshoot expert could pin point certain connection to fix it for you,but in your case,it will be the best to unplug everything first,turn on the receiver by itself and see if there is anymore shut off;if it doesn't shut off after you have nothing that is connect to but only the power cord,i prove my point!
Let me know,
solutiondoct

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The first problem with it powering itself off is a battery problem. Your battery is not hold a charge.

The second problem with it powering itself on with the power cord attached is a power cord issue. The unit is suppose to automatically power itself on if a power cord is attached to it. This is Garmin way of turning the unit on when you start your car. Most auto cigarette lighter will cut power if the ignition is off, and restore power when the ignition is on.

Garmin uses this to turn the unit on and off. If the unit was being powered by the the cigarette lighter then it say unit is shutting down in 20 seconds after the power is cut.

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Hello degaff, This is what I would do to try to determine the problem: 1. Disconnect everything from the receiver. The only thing connected should be the power cord. Make sure the power cord is disconnected from power for at least 30 minutes in order to reset the internal electronic software. 2. Then, power it up - still nothing else connected. If it powers up normally and "looks" like it is going to work, then turn it off and connect only the right speaker to its amplifier and try again. If it still looks normal, then turn it off and connect the DVD or CD player and run some music through that speaker. If it still looks normal, then shut it off and connect the left speaker, etc... In other words go one-by-one in checking it out. 3. If it does NOT power up after step ONE, then there is a problem internally. If it powers up only to shut down again, there is still a hardware problem internally. The usual cause is shorted output transistors. And the normal cause of shorted outputs is a short on the speaker line, a short inside one of the speakers or overdriving the amplifier for too long a period of time. If the outputs need replaced, then it will cost an arm and a leg to get them repaired, and you are better off replacing the unit. The clicking sound, by the way, is the power relay which turns the power transformer on. And if there are faults in the amp, speakers or wiring, the protection circuit shuts the relay off; that is the clicking sound you hear. Please let us know how this works, and if we can help you any further. Best regards, nightdiver

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