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Most likely it is going into a safe mode as one of the speaker connections might be creating a short in the audio amplifier. Check speaker terminals connections. The model number of the unit would be helpful to know.
the problem you have seems to be on programing the master effects to get to it go to main menu and see the distribution and effects you want to hear on you home theather.remember that home surround needs some decoders to send the sound where the images come and its right built in....
I have had the same problem with the wireless unit and thought the same, it didn't work. The way to fix this is simple. You need to do the 0, 1, 3, 5 on the remote and turn on the home theatre system on the main switch on the front panel (as I was doing this on the remote, and it was failing). The blue light should then stay illuminated. If not just switch the main on/off button again, and it shoud work.
I was having poor audio from the back speakers and didn't even know it; intermittently I'd hear them jump in volume, so myself being a little adventurous, decided to push the ID set button on the back, totally losing my ilnk... after digging and playing, I figured it out:
1.) Turn off the Head (main) Unit
2.) Power on the wireless receiver, being sure it is away from routers, other BT devices, etc.
3.) Push the "ID Set" button on the back of the wireless device and hold it until the lights on its front panel flash.
4.) Point the system's remote control at the Head Unit and punch in 0135. Its light should turn from red to blue.
5.) Perform step 3 again.
6.) Power on the head unit.
Should link up.
Might be some redundancy there, but it works :)
Also I found that after a few cycles It seemed to work better (perhaps cycled to a better channel?)
please check first that headphone plug not inserted-set your system and confirm that all speakers are on. check all speaker cables are not shorted together anywhere.try to test your system when you connect your speaker one by one.