My Hifi turns on and all the controls work apart from one. The volume won't go up / down. When it worked the remote moved the sound dial - now it doesn't. My dad (who is a boffin) checked the insides and all parts have power as far as he can tell. I would like to get a circuit diagram so we can try to figure out which chip / component is unwell. I haven't blown the amp (honest) it just stopped working one day. It did used to go straight to clock setting when powered up but I just put in a CD and it generally worked. On some occasions I had to turn it off and on with the CD button pressed down. I should have contacted richer sounds when this first happened - doh. It's out of warranty (I got it for my 40th and I'm 43 and a bit). Any ideas would be much appreciated. BTW the beastie is at my dad's and he won't be back until the 1st Jan.
The problem could be with the remote itself. The volume buttons on remotes usually get the most use and therefore wear out. Try using a universal remote programmed for your Onkyo and see if that works.
a 6ya Technician can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Technician (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Did u tried disassemble remote control and clean PCB with clean cloth? Also u can take rubber part of remote and wash it carefully in soaped water . While u have it disassembled check for bad solder connections at IR LED on remote controller . Regards .
Hello, the most used buttons can wear out over time. On/standby and volume are the ones that are used most often. I suggest purchasing a new remote. It is available at shoponkyo.com. Thank you, Onkyo USA
It probably can be fixed. Dirt and such gets on the contact pads...take it apart by carefully unscrewing it and remove the top half with the buttons facing you. You will likely see that the buttons are made of molded sheet of silicone, lift that off. Beneath where the mold was for the volume control you will see the actual buttons that control the volume, inspect it to see if it simply got pressed down too far and try to operate it that way and clean anything that needs it while you have it open. If it works without the silicone button cover panel on it, then you can take a small peice of paper wad and tuck it into the mold for the volume button so that when you press on it, it always makes contact.
i bot a new tv i don't have the book for the time warner remote so i don't know how to program it to work the tv it only works cable box where can i find how to program remote that comes with time warner cable
I have the HT-R570 Receiver and here's what I ended up doing to use the Verizon FIOS DVR remote to turn the receiver on and off with volume control. Know that Onkyo uses 2 codes 1 for on and 1 for off so use the AUX for ON with Volume control and the DVD for OFF. (I rarely use my DVD and when I do I use the DVD remote that came with the DVD)
Use the AUX and codes 1347 or 1558 to turn the receiver on with volume control. Press AUX and OK together and release. Enter the code. it should now turn the receiver ON with volume control.
To use the DVD button to turn the Receiver OFF, you have to use the search method to capture the code. Tried every code I could find on the internet and their is no universal code for OFF and ON.) With the receiver ON, push down DVD and OK together and release (should get 2 flashes of all component keys) enter 922 and with remote pointing at the receiver press the >" (forward/pause button) then press and release the >> (fast forward button) until the receiver turns off. If you go too fast and go past it, quickly turn receiver back on (within 20 seconds) and press-release the <<(backwards button) slowly until it turns off again. Then press the OK button to store the OFF code in the DVD function button. Any questions...E-Mail me at MrBlueOcean@verizon.net Lots of Luck!