Question about Onkyo TX-SR606 Receiver
It's a safety feature of your receiver. It will go into standby when you turn it up if there is speaker wires touching or a short somewhere in the speaker wire. Or could be a short in one of the drivers (tweeters, mids, bass drivers) voice coils. Firstly check to make sure there are no strands of speaker wire touching each other between positive and negative on speakers and receiver hookups, this is usually the problem
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Jul 07, 2011 | Cambridge Soundworks Tower II Speaker
The T300 uses a 2.5A fuse.
To replace the fuse:
1. Unplug the AC cord from the AC power source,
then remove the AC power cord from the speaker's
2. Remove the fuse cap with a small, flat blade screwdriver
(see diagram 2).
3. Remove the fuse from the fuse cap
(see diagram 3).
4. Replace the fuse inside fuse cap with another metric
5X20mm size fuse
5. Replace the fuse inside the cap, replace the fuse
and cap in the power connector (see diagram 5).
6. Connect the AC power cord to the speaker and
raise it upright.
7. Connect the power cord to an AC power outlet
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