Ok, I think I did what you said...but what I did do is plug it in and checked to see if I had 120v at the primary terminals on the Power Transformer Pioneer # ATS7263, and there is 120. However, on the DC side, I get nothing. I set my voltmeter to 50v DC to check, and even when crossing the terminals in all directions, not even a bump. Those 3 "little" fuses on the AC side that are underneath the little board soldered, I set my meter to ohm, and they all 3 have resistance while unplugged.
Am I correct to assume the power transformer is dead?
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Power the unit off , Disconnect all the speakers ,power the unit back on and check to see if you get the same message, if so one or all of your speakers could be bad. This message appears when there is too much load on the output IC's,generally causes shutdown. Also try blowing the system out with canned air, And removing anything that prevents the unit from getting enough ventilation.
check the is there is any short inside the RCA connector. if so this problem can occur.
also if the center amplifierstage have any problem it will get shut down. may be the output transistor of ur center amplifier get damaged. check the same
Hi, Here you can find the manual for your subwoofer. Looking at its back side, it has 2 RCA plug input for stereo. Receiver has just mono sub output, but as low frequencies are not easily locatable, mono is perfectly OK. Just connect receiver SUB-OUTPUT with RCA cable to your subwoofer's RCA LEFT input. Then adjust volume to match rest of your speakers.
Probably the thermal fuse in the main power transformer. Check for ac on both the primary and secondary of the transformer. If you have 120v ac on the primary when the standby light is off and nothing on the secondary you need a new transformer.
If you look at the manual, there are steps detailed to reset the receiver. This usually happens if the receiver becomes very hot. Try resetting and you should be okay.
The other problem is short circuit on the speaker wires. Check the speaker wires again.
Try plugging a video rca cable into the "monitor" on the back of the mixer (second down or something like that) and then to your tv. This pumps the osd signal to the tv where you can manipulate the menu options.
Think this analogy: remote = keyboard receiver = computer tv = monitor
You need a connection ultimately to the tv for the osd to work.