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If you have the vollume control set around 40, End watching a movie if there is a loud burst in vollume,It is causeing the reciever to run over it,s wattage rateing. End over heating,When it,s shuts down, It went into what is called the protection mode.Keep it at a lower vollume then it willnot do that.Allso what can cause it to do that, If you have your output leval control on your sub turn right up.
If the receiver shuts down after some time operating properly it is likely caused by a heat issue or crossed (shorted) speaker wires. Please make sure that the unit is adequately vented and the air vents/fan on the back of the receiver is clean. If it is then carefully check all of the speaker wires for cracks, damage, and/or crossed wires.
If you have your reciever in an entertainment center that is enclosed or a tight fit for the reciever you need to remove it and put it on top of the center. I have a VR407 and it was doing the same thing. This keeps your unit much cooler and the overheat relay will not turn it off. also I found it much easier to add or wire components much easier.
Steve T. PA
I could not get my TV to recognize an S-video signal from my reciever either. I ended up just bypassing the reciever and running the video straight from the cable box to the TV. It might be a better option anyways as some quality is lost if you run it through the reciever.