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Dvd movie sound cuts out shuts receiver off. new onkyo receiver

TX SR506 had a coaxle cable digital connection tried regular audio cable, same result. Movie sound went for a while then would shut down receiver? jim10954@verizon.net

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  • jim10954 Jan 02, 2009

    what exactly should I try to fix this problem? Could it just be the DVD player, although it plays the movie?

  • jim10954 Jan 02, 2009

    this problem began with my old receiver, so I replaced it with this new receiver. However, the problem remains.

  • jim10954 Jan 03, 2009

    Thanks for your help. This seems to have been the problem.

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Check the Coax cable, a bad cable can be cause for this, particularly if the unit is shutting down.Have the cable checked and replaced, le linet carries enough voltage to damage the machine.
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It sure dosent sound good!! The clicking sound you here are the protection relays to assist in protecting your speakers from blowing out. Your output devices are shorted it sounds like. Do not ever ever attemp to jump out those relays as it will burn out your speakers and possibly burn down your house!. Theres alot of current inthese amps for high power so if your not a tech and you think its worth it take the unit in to be looked at as there are no serviceable user parts inside these units . Sorry to have to tell ya this.. Good Luck

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This means your receiver is protecting itself from overheating. If it has an internal fan it may not be operating, if it doesn't you may need to create enough space on top and below the unit to allow air to pass through it enough to cool it. Good luck!

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When was the last time you cleaned it?

I had that happen and it was "DIRTY" .. Lens cleaner and I took the cover off and gave it a air compressor blow out.

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Problem seems mismatch of speaker impedance with receiver. Check receiver specifications and hook up required impedance speakers, for example 8 ohms.
Due to over current flow in amplifier on high volume, protections activated and receiver goes to shut down.  

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No This is Definately The reciever. Probably need to try and Locate an Authorized Service Center and get it Repaired or Get Another one.

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    Are you still using the Same DVD Player?

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Its possibly a protection mechanism, I suggest you try another receiver?

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  • Ekse Jan 02, 2009

    the problem must be coming from the source then.

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Try to reset your receiver.

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  • ronny2051 Jan 02, 2009

    might be u miss some audio wire to connect.


  • ronny2051 Jan 02, 2009

    need to contact service provider.


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Sounds like a thermal shut down issue.. basically one of the components is overheating

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