I turn on my reciever and it wont turn on it just makes a clicking noise. i checked the fuse and i think it is good but i cant figure it out. i really dont have another 500.00 to spend on a reciever. if you can help i would appreciate it. thanks
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I have the same reciever, and had the same problem. Contact Onkyo, this is a known issue where defective DSP chips were used and manifest problems with a popping / clicking sound when using surround settings. These receivers also have a Dolby Digital input issue that can cause audio dropouts when watching cable or SAT broadcasts that encode DD using a 'newer' broadcast encoding methods. Onkyo is covering the cost of that repair for me now, even though the receiver is 5 years old now....
your fuses are blown by possible crossing speaker wire - and +
together. I did this and kept turning it on but I ended up frying the
unit. Check your wires and make sure that they are seperated properly.
If problem continues then unscrew the shell and replace 1 or all 3
fuses (depending on what was blown) with GMA 8 amp fuses. good luck.
The solution is to replace the main power relay. I
ordered a replacement relay from Vance Baldwin Electronics - part RELAY
DC DG12D1-0/M11 RXV2095 (V6881300). After installing the relay this
morning, my receiver now stays on continuously like it is supposed to.
You can easily fix this yourself in about an hour. All you need is a
screwdriver, a soldering iron, and some solder.