Question about Onkyo TX-DS747
Basically mt reciever is switching between A & B speakers like a little kid is playing with the buttons with or without speakers connected, it will turn on "A", turn it off, turn on "B" turn it off and continue thusly until I get frustrated and turn the machine off sound does come out of the speakers for the second their side is on, but otherwise it is the repeated clicking of speaker switching I have a service manual, but am not about to poke around something I cannot see, and for some reason I cannot locate the source
What the type of switch you have there? its like a push button or a soft button? Often you have a contact switch problem on your unit. I f can access the switch contact and clean it that maybe can help on your problem.
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
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