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Every time I try to turn on my onkyo receiver it turns off instantly

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  • casey184 Oct 03, 2009

    yeah I tried all the wires and they are all correct

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The reason why the receiver probably keep turning off is that the systems come with overload protector to keep one from burning or short the systems out so it shut its self off. make sure you have the speaker wires is connected properly, its very important that you do although the receiver has 0% tolerance when it come to speakers hook up. positive from speaker to positive connector behind reciever; same as negative. double check all speakers wires. repost if that not an issue

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