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Onkyo TX-DS575 turns off after about 10 min.

I have this reciever and has been awsome, but now it will only play for 10-20 minutes then just turns off. The amp gets extremely hot but still plays everything fine. It seems like it may be the power supply failing but I really don't know. So if you can help me, thanks!!!!

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It could be a failing speaker causing the fault. Disconnect one speaker and run it to see if the problem persists and repeat with a different speaker until all speakers have been disconnected and the unit run to failure. If it stays ok, with a particular spkr off, it's the speaker. If it shuts down no matter which ones disconnected, it's probably a crack on the PCB which expands as it heats and causes shutdown.

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