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My Onkyo 7.1-Channel Receiver

For some reason my receiver is on stand by and it turns off all the time... i think it stands for about 15 mins and then off and the stand by light starts blinking

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Re: my Onkyo 7.1-Channel Receiver

Take out all the cables unplug from mains for an hour ,plug it back in with no cables connected ,turn volume to full if it turns off its faulty ,if it stays on turn volume to minimum,unplug from mains,connect all cables,turn back on.

Posted on Nov 10, 2007

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