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RT2760 overheats and shuts off

I have an RT2760, only about 1 year old. after using it for 20-30 minutes it shuts off and the speakers "pop". if i leave it shut off for 10 minutes or so, and turn it back on it will work for another 30'ish minutes. it's not because its using more power than it is rated for because it still does it even if the volume is on 1.

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  • dinobambino Dec 15, 2007

    within seconds of turning my system all i hear is a pop and it shuts down but the last thing i see on the display as it fades it something about "overload"

  • Bmaxey Jan 28, 2008

    I have a RCA RTD260 that totally shuts down after about 35-40 minutes of play. I have check to ensure the sleep timer is not on. After I start it up again, it plays another 10 minutes and shuts down again. What in the world is wrong? When I call the number in the manual it is disconnected.

  • solosadman Mar 08, 2008

    Mine only powers on and then the speakers POP and then no sound. Stays on but no sound. This receiver is only 1 year old. What a piece of crap. Bought 10 Year old Yamaha Reciever with Bose speakers. At least it works. :-(

  • bud08h Mar 15, 2008

    I'm not sure if mine is over heating, but it powers up, everything is hooked up correctly and I have no sound! Any ideas?

  • Turbo Wheels May 09, 2008

    hey similar problem i thought id just throw it out there... speakers work.. once in a blue moon i get the random shut off but never repeatedly.. but my led lights behind the volume wheel has shorted out (blue color), im really not sure why they made this system so cheeply..

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I just got one of theses from a friend and i go to turn it on and it says overload and shuts off. he said a dog chewed threw the sub wire.

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Try using a thicker gage wire.

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