Question about Denon AVR-3801 Receiver
Disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver, then turn it back on. Turn up the volume. If it shuts down, it needs to be serviced. If it stays on, reconnect speakers one at a time and turn on the receiver then turn up volume. When you find the speaker that causes the receiver to shut down, disconnect the wire at the speaker and re- test. make sure wires are separated. If it shuts down, replace the wire, if it stays on, meter the speaker itself to check for a bad vioce coil. If you don't have a meter, you can take the speaker to any audio shop or Radio Shack and they will usually test it for free. Hope this helps.
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