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Why does pioneer vsx60 receiver keeps turning down volume

Gradually turns down volume

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: volume control keeps going up and down when I turn down the volum

Volume Switch (Encoder) needs to be replaced professionally. Desolder the old one properly, and insert/solder the new part. Problem solved. Order part from here:

http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/model.asp?modelNum=VSXD498

Part number asx7004

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Pioneer receiver shuts off

This might not be any help to someone else, but I fixed the problem by double checking all the speaker wire connections - on the speakers and behind the receiver. A couple banana plugs felt loose and I discovered that one connection on one speaker was out completely. Suppose I should have seen that sooner, but as soon as I ensured all the wires were where they were supposed to be, I encountered no more problems.

If your Pioneer receiver is shutting off on you, double check all your connections!

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Receiver shuts off as volume is turned up beyond

try connecting only 1 speaker at a time. try it on each of the binding posts (connection terminals), crank it up to locate which one of the speaker terminals is overloading the amplifier.

Then connect a different speaker to that terminal to see if it still overloads. This should determine if its the speaker that is overloading that particular terminal or if something is wrong with the amplifier.

Just for fun make sure that the cables you are using don't have any fraying and that none of the speaker binding posts have any loose strands of wire possibly grounding out to the chassis of the receiver.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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SOURCE: my pioneer vsx-519V-k amp keeps turning off

check audio ic & component like resistors & capacitors. good luck!

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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SOURCE: Receiver shuts down when setting volume above certain range.

What ohm speakers are you using? this receiver doesnt work very well with speakers that have an ohm rating below 6

Posted on May 17, 2010

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Volume control keeps going up and down when I turn down the volum


Volume Switch (Encoder) needs to be replaced professionally. Desolder the old one properly, and insert/solder the new part. Problem solved. Order part from here:

http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/model.asp?modelNum=VSXD498

Part number asx7004

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