Question about Onkyo HT-SR700 System
SOURCE: My Onkyo TX-SR700 AV Receiver
Please remove speaker wires from receiver and turn it ON, if receiver still goes to standby that means it got problem in amplifier output section and protection circuit gets activate to turn it off.
If removing speakers solve turn-off problem that shows any of speaker is bad, connect speakers one by one to find out what speaker causing protection circuit activation.
And if receiver has problem with internal circuit, a tech would be fine to diagnose that kind of problem because it is not user level repair as it requires testing voltages in output circuit of receiver and also requires soldering work to replace defective parts.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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