Question about Sony STR-DE685 Receiver
Sony STRDG720 AV Reciever
I Had the same problem.
It occurs when you have a speaker wire touching something that it shouldnt and and you are grounding out the system. The system is going in to protect mode to keep itself from being damaged
In my case I found that I had a couple of frayed wires from one of my back speaker terminals touching the wire on the other terminal. This was all it took. I re-inserted the speaker wires on that one particular speaker and made sure they were not touching and problem solved.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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