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RXV1200 A/V receiver

When I attempt to turn my a/v unit it constantly trips off and will not power up

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    same problem here

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Please check your speaker cabling first for possible short connections. if all ok, then remove the speakers (all) and try to turn on the unit. If still doing the same thing then you have busted one of your amplifier. it can be any of the amplifiers (main center surround etc...

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