Question about Onkyo Stereo Audio Receiver TX-8050 / TX8050
Shuts off immediately after I turn it on.
This is some serious BUL SH*T. Look Niggazz, I ain't payin' for someone to make a killing off of me. I would prefer to repair it myself if possible. Could you please send me the schematics for the Onkyo Network Stereo Receiver TX-8050. g, thanx :)~
Posted on May 24, 2015
I would search for recalls and the customer support information center.
You should contact them with the model number by email and see where that goes.
Posted on May 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's going into a protect mode. The amp is probably shorted out. Disconnect the spkrs and turn it on. If it still shuts off, it's the amp, if not, it's the spkrs.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
SOURCE: Onkio receiver
The output transistors should be replaced in pairs. Also, It may not be just the output transistors that are defective. If you have no experience with these types of repairs, I would suggest that you bring the unit to a service shop. The outputs will run about $15-$25 per pair.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Adjust bass control to half position then feed loud signal,if it shut off adjust the bass contol to zero position,if it shut off again the defect is in the over load protection circuit it is already sensetive to loud signal.you may call the nearest audio amplifier technician on you.
Hope it may help you,
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: Onkyo TX-SV919THX, No Output
I have found the battery location. It is roughly on the opposite side of the pc board where the display is. It basically faces the heat sinks. It's one of those small watch sized batteries and is soldered but sticking off the pc board with 2 leads. I could see that there was some leakage and corrosion. I still have to figure out what needs to be dis-assembled to get access to it so I can unsolder the bad battery and replace it. This stupid little battery seems to need replacing every 6-8 years! When it dies, it seems to disable the preamp section from passing any signal giving the symptoms that the amps are dead. However, if you try to use the pre-outs to an external amp, nothing. So, my guess is it has something to do with the preamp section. Anyway, that will be my weekend project to try to get at the battery and replace it with "longer leads" so it will be easier to replace in 6 years when it dies again. Great design Onkyo! You dumb-*** weasels!!!! I hate when companies engineer things to break so you are likely to pay them to fix it. Not this time, "No soup for you!"
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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Power shuts off immediately after power on.
• Amplifier protection circuitry is activated. Remove the power cord from the outlet immediately. Contact your Onkyo service center.
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