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Keeps shutting off

Okay, I admit, we do have a lot hooked up to our system; but we do our best to keep the receiver well-ventilated. It started every once in a while...just shutting off....especially when I'd turn the volume up. Now, It shuts off almost immediately, even with the vol. all the way down! HELP PLEASE! I can't afford a new system!

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  • quattro_28 Dec 23, 2008

    Helle,
    i have the same Problem. If i connect with Power the Stand-By LED switched on and all i get is an klick Sound: "klick.... klick, klick. Thats all. Somtimes i see at the Display "Good-Bye".
    All Inputs, Outputs and Speekers are disconnect, always the same Problem.
    What can be the reason ?
    Mike


  • xxshadow17xx Mar 02, 2009

    I have the same problem too. I tried resetting the unit by pressing the enter and power button at the same time but no luck. All i get is the click to turn on and click when it automatically shuts off. The display lights come on, on the first click but it shuts off immediately. Also when i press the enter button when the unit is off, It will shut off very quickly so i cant even set the time.

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Are you able to check whether any of your speakers may have been blown? or have a direct short to ground ..this usually indicated by the amplifier protecting itself and shutting down,, try un plugging one speaker at a time and you may find that it is one of the speakers ....then get a replacement or get it repaired

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