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Immediately shuts off when turn on.

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?

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  • my2sons May 18, 2008

    Mt Onkyo is shutting off as soon as it is switched on. I checked the speaker wires and everything looks o.k.



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Get another speaher wire two wires are touching making ti go into protect mode..

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