I had the same problem with my sua900s pre-amp.
If it's the same cable, you need a (I think 6 pin) mini din cable, male to male. It's sometimes called a PS2 cable (nothing to do with Play Station!). It's the same cable that runs from your mouse into your pc and is readily available for about £5 from online computer retailers. Check the number of pins first though!!
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I assume you want to use the SU-G91 as a power amplifier to drive your speakers. If your receiver has connections for inserting an equalizer (may be labeled pre-amp output and power amp input), remove the jumpers between the pre-amp and the power amp, then run cables from the pre-amp to the SU-G91 inputs. You can have an equalizer between the receiver and the integrated amplifier. If this is not available, use the recording output (for a tape recorder on older receivers). Note that the volume control on the receiver will be bypassed with this connection.
This is due to a possible fault in the digital logic switcher which is at the input selection and could be a failure of the logic gate or a fault in the subprocessor IC. You can remove and clean the amplifer if there is noticable dirt , also check for DRY SOLDER or faulty connector or joints if a TAP bring this fault up.
I have the User manual of Technics SU-600 in pdf format. If you can
sent your email address the i will sent you the manual.Its not possible
to sent the manual through this site as it is a pdf file.
The remainder of the topic statement has gotten truncated. Can you please update this with the model number. I have access to the service manuals dor Technics units and can get you the part numbers. I just need to know the model number.
check your spekaer cabling first for any loose connection. if everything as usual then something is wrong with either your speaker system or the power output stage of your amp. you may call it a "circuit breaker" but it actually overload protection of the power amp so as not to damage speakers or amplifiers. have your speakers checked for burn coils. you can also try to remove or turn off speaker switch, turn on the power, level up the volume and see it the system still stays on and does not trip (as you called circuit breaker) if the unit remains on, then it must be your speakers. though it could also be a leakage in the power transistors of your output stage, it something a technical person have to do to check anyway.