THE SYSTEM SEAMS TO GO INTO STAND BY MODE FOR NO APPARENT REASON IT CAN RUN PERFECTLY FINE FOR 15 -16 HOURS THEN FOR NO REASON IT WILL SWITCH TO STAND BY MODE AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO AT DIFFERENT INTERVALS COULD 1 - 2 HOURS THEN 3HOURS A SO FORTH. HAD IT TO A REAIR SHOP AND THEY ARE SUGGESTING WE REPLACE A BOARD AT A COST OF APPROX 200 DOLLARS. CAN SOME ONE OUT THERE HELP - HAS ANYONE ELSE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM
We had a similar thing (after using it for 4-5 years). After haveing it on for e few hours
some resistance or condensator or so gave a sound (bang) and it went back in the stand by mode. Now it really broke , while showing in the screen "F61" which means that there is something wrong with the eletricity supply. Well, we will start from there with an official repair man. Let you know what it takes to get it repaired. Frasha
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If you are running at high volume for even a short period of time, the overload signal to the microprocessor(computer within your unit) will cause the unit to shut down. If you are running it that loud, try turning the level to 1/3 of your normal listening mode. If it runs, try to keep the volume with reason.
I had the same problem. Found the fix in this document STR-K880 service manual On the amp, while powered off: "While depressing the INPUT MODE button, press the POWER button to turn on the main power." You may need to do this more than once. This switches command mode between AV1 and AV2.
From what you describe, it sounds as if one of the microprocessor(computer) ICs is defective, or the soldering to it. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
Check the component cable from the Bose to the TV, and confirm the output setting on the Bose. If it switched to "S" video it will look green. If your cable is good and your settings are correct, switch from component to standard video and check the picture. Chances are good that it's a setting. Hope this helps. If you still have a problem, post a comment and I will help you some more
The speaker cables for the LX3600D are: (+) is blank, whereas (-) has slightly shaded bands along it. Once you see these bands its easy to open up the connector and check they are the correct way around.
Well - after reading the manual - which I should have done in the first place I guess, I tried switching the power off at the wall for a minute, and after switching back on, it apparently restores the 'lines of communication' , and it worked!
Sounds like there may be a glitch in the microprocesor. Make sure when you unplug it that you leave it along for a few days and is there any type of clock or standby batterys in it take them out as well. If that dosent correct the problem your gonna need a service manual to trace the switch pulse to see if the units Switch matrix lines are low or lost because of a faulty micro or a bad componet like a small caps they install on the matrix to keep noise off them. Hard one to call with out seeing unit and analizing unit Good Luck