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Reciever turns itself off

Reciever will power up for 1-2 seconds, then turns off. I have diconnected all outputs to check for possible grounding but the reciever still will not power up.

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Try cleaning it out, get all the dust out of it if not , you may have some screwed up capacitors or transformer

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Assuming running from a cold start,

it means protection circuit are activated.


If it runs hot, then turns off then it is thermal cause.

Simple solution could be disconnecting all your speakers

and power up.

If it runs OK, then reconnect one at a time to find the cause.


If disconnecting the speakers doesnt do anything,

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and most important , check for DC offset voltage on all amp outputs.


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The manual suggests disconnecting inputs and outputs and power, letting it sit for an hour, then plugging it back in and turning volume to max to see if it still shuts off. If it does, the problem is with the unit. If it doesn't, the problem is elsewhere.

Judging from some other sites, this is a common problem. If you take it to a dealer, suggest they check the AC input. Before anything else, make sure that there are no stray wires on your speakers connecting the positive and negative clips, which will cause a short and activate the amp protection.

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You might have a short somewhere behind the back of your receiver.Maybe a speaker wire sticks out and it is touching the back of the metal panel,or an RCA connection to a wrong input or output.
It is common because when you are behind the receiver for so long,carelessness will cause you.
A professional A/V troubleshoot expert could pin point certain connection to fix it for you,but in your case,it will be the best to unplug everything first,turn on the receiver by itself and see if there is anymore shut off;if it doesn't shut off after you have nothing that is connect to but only the power cord,i prove my point!
Let me know,
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This means that something is seriously wrong with the unit(blown amp, shorts, opens, etc.) however, you can reset the unit by unplugging the unit, holding the A and B channel buttons on the face of the unit and plugging in the reciever. the display should flash at 1 second intervals. if it doesn't stop flashing on its own then unplug and replug and you should be good to go! good luck.

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