Question about Sony STR-DE597 Receiver
Every time i turn on my stereo it goes into protect mode and then shuts off
First, disconnect all your speakers from the back of the unit. Then turn it back on, if it does not go into protection, turn it off and examine your speaker wires, look for frays that could touch the other binding post (most common problem). Then re connect speakers one by one; testing after each connection. If you get them all re connected and it still plays, you've solved the problem. If you get to a particular speaker and it cuts off, check the wire, then check the speaker. If theres nothing plainly visible, swap the speaker for one that is working and try again. If it still shorts, try a new wire. Beyond that, if it's still shorting, theres a problem internally with the receiver and it need to go to service. If you have all speakers disconnected and it still goes into protection, there is nothing you can do but get it serviced. There are no internal protection "fuses" Hope this helps
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