Question about Sony STR-DG820 Receiver
Try disconnecting everything (all inputs, outputs and speakers, make sure there is no cable plugged into your unit except the power cord), turn it on, if it still shows the protect message, you have an internal short or a burnt out component inside the unit, possibly a desoldered contact on one of the connectors which generates internal noise of such intensity that it sends the unit into the protect mode.
If, after trying the above mentioned, there's no message, some other possibilities are:
- a bad speaker or speaker cable
- a bad signal interconnection cable
- a fault in any of the other units connected to your reciever/amplifier
Hope you cand find something out...
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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