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Receiver continously turns on and off

When I turn on the receiver continuously turns on and off. It's as if the power button gets "stuck" when you turn it on. I don't know anything about receivers but I did open up the case and cleaned out the inside with an air duster spray. I thought their might have been some dust collecting by the power button. Also, before I plugged all of the speaker cables back up I turned the receiver on and off several times without issues. When I turned it on after I plugged in all of the cables it worked until I changed channels on my TV and it started clicking on and off continuously. thanks in advance

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Re: receiver continously turns on and off

In this case, it is an important issue that what type of connection you've had between the amp and the TV (scart, s-video, rca, etc.) It seems to me that yours is an impedance issue. Refer to the user manual of the amp and check out the allowed or recommended impedance values, then buy appropriate interconnections.

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