Question about Onkyo TX-8011 Receiver
Yes, there are two ways to check this, either disconnect all the speakers at the speakers or do the same at the receiver. I would start at the receiver, this is the most common problem of all AV users. Disconnect all speakers (with the receiver off) then turn it on. If it does not go into protection it is either a wire or a speaker, the best way to troubleshoot this is to reconnect each speaker one by one making sure you don't have any excess braid hanging over the pins then turn on the receiver. repeat until the unit goes into protection or, you've solved the problem. If you find a speaker with a problem, if possible replace the speaker with a known working speaker and test again. If it still goes into protection, run a new speaker wire and test again. At this point if it is still going into protection, you may need to get it to a repair house or AV store, have them bench test the unit for you first, then if needed, send it out for repair. If you need any help at all during this, post a comment and I will help some more.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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