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SAAX7 Technics stereo receiver stops broadcasting after 20-30 min

My thought is that the fan is not working and the unit overheats. Should the fan immediately go on when the receiver is turned on? In my case the fan does not. Ron

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Ron- The fan does not turn on when the receiver is first powered on, it will run when the amplifiers begin to run HOT, they are kinda controlled by a thermo switch, if the fan does not turn on usually the receiver will shut down and display a OVERLOAD message in the display panel. My advise is to keep the unit well ventailated with plenty of breathing space around the top vent closure, this will allow air flow when loud volume output is used. Also use the rated ohm speakers with the SA-AX7,

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