Question about Onkyo TX-SV535 Receiver
I accidentally touched 2 of the speaker wires together while it was turned on and the reciever sparked and shut off. I checked and the fuse inside was blown but i couldn't see any other noticable damage. I replaced the fuse and now when i turn on the reciever it goes into protect mode. I've tried reseting it but got the same results.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To answer your question;
Your amplifier goes into protect mode when it detects a fault or condition that could damage the speakers and/or the output stage.
Often caused by shorted outputs.
Although this does`nt tell you much on how to fix this problem, the best help i can give you at this point is to tell you to have it looked at by a repair shop.
Hope this help good luck
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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