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When we try to play dvd the audio/video vsx-1017txv-k turns off

We are having problems with the audio/video receiver turns off when dvd starts to play

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  • craft333 Jan 02, 2009

    no, when the dvd starts to play the pioneer audio/video receiver turns off

  • christian hunt May 11, 2010

    so does that mean you have no sound?

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If you remove the video and audio inputs to the reciever and select dvd does it still shut down? You may have a bad rca jack that is shorted and it is causing the reciever to go into protective shut down. You can try moving the input to anothe input say aux in or vcr and see if it does the same. If it does try changing your rca jacks. You can also try just the video in and see if it does not shut down or one of the audio inputs one at a time,you may be able to isolate the problem. Always check you have the gozintos and goesouttos in the right places. what happens if you disconnect the jacks completly does it stay on and if it does do the one at a time input yellow for video white next for left channel then red for right channel audio. Hope this helps

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