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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can find it out by yourself. I have the same device; therefore, I know that this device has a "test" function. Just unplug rear (surround) speakers at first, then test the rest of the speakers if the amp lets you do it. Hook up one of the rear speakers you regularly use to rear left or to rear right in order to test each rear channel. If one of them turns off the amp, you'll be able to understand which side feeding resistor does not work. However, if the amp goes to standby mode as soon as you hook up one of those speakers, you can alternatively invert the relevant rear speaker's input ports for a while. (+ to -, - to +) Don't forget that you have to hook up the other rear likewise. This will allow you to cheat your amp for a while, and let you test your channels without taking care of ohms.
Posted on Apr 20, 2007
SOURCE: power fault
You probably have shorted rectifiers and/or transistor(s) on standby board. Trouble-shoot rect bridge and cap. Feel stand by circuit transformer for abnormal heat, sure sign
Posted on May 01, 2008
SOURCE: Speakers Cutting Out
I posted this solution on FixYa to help someone who had the same problem, or at least a similar problem. If you remove the slotted panel underneath the bottom of the receiver, you can gain access to the underside of the main circuit board. There are 3 relay units there, they are blue boxes that can be seen if you shine a torch down through the top. I found the solder joints on these relays looked as though they had broken away from the board, there appeared to be a dark ring around the pin of the relay. I re-soldered 4 of these connections, and, so far, that seems to have done the trick. Time will tell. These relay units connect and disconnect the speakers. There is one other relay that is mounted on a seperate board above the main board, that I can't access easily. If this one is also faulty, I will be un-able to fix it, as it would involve removing the entire guts of the receiver. If any of your technical team disagree with my remedy, or can offer any other solution, that would be appreciated. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
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