Question about Onkyo HT510 Receiver
My stereo has always worked fine. The other day my pup shewed a speaker wire. It was fine then the next day I went to turn it on and it immediately turns itself off. I checked the reciever itself and does not "smell fried", My dvd changer works ok if not hooked up to the reciever, but when hooked up to the reciever I have to hold the buttons down for any function to work. Any ideas what may be wrong with my reciever? Is there an internal fuse or relay switch?
Get another speaher wire two wires are touching making ti go into protect mode..
Posted on Jan 17, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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