Question about Pioneer VSX-D510 Receiver
Try and disconnect ALL of the speakers to the unit. If the unit still does the same thing, this is an indication that there is a fault in the power supply or the main amp circuit of this receiver. If the unit does not do the same thing, try and connect up the speakers, one at a time, until you connect up the speaker that makes the unit shut down. If you connect them all and the unit does not shut down, then there must have beed a speaker wire strand touching. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 29, 2007
I had the same problem with my amp turning off and then back on in a matter of seconds.
I had no error showing on the screen it was if it was being turned off then back on,i tried the solutions for techs and still had the problem when some one mentioned the power board it was plugged into????
try moving it to a separate power source and see if this works
I know as it did for me and hasn't done it for a week now .
as for the power board it was a cheap arse made in china thing now replaced with a better quality one.
hope this helps some one else and thanks tech guys for the guidance
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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