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A channel is burned. You need a repair shop.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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Humming/buzzing


This is a nice speaker. You could get humming from the wires being crossed they actually do have polarity and better speakers will hum if the wires are crossed. The volume cloud also be too high without input. You also may have some interference with other audio wires or power wires close to the speaker.

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Fuse keep blowing after crossing speaker wires.


Fuses blow when there is an overload. In your case when you crossed the speaker wires you shorted the main amp. This now has a part that is acting just like a strand of wire.
Trace back the channel you crossed the wires and find the main output device(s). Then replace them. They will be located on a heat sink if that helps.

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My onkyo reciever (tx-ds656) powers on, then after a couple seconds says "protect" and powers down. why is this happening? rmill24@yahoo.com


"protect" comes on for 4 reasons.

1. crossed or damaged speaker wires- make sure that the positive and negative is not crossed at all. inspect the wiring for any loose strands of wire that might be crossed, touching the speaker frame or touching the metal case of the amp. look for any damage to the wires. use new speaker wires, if you need to.

2. improper speaker ohmage- verify that your speakers are 8 ohms or greater. ohmage is usually labeled on the back of the speaker, and will have the greek letter "Omega" ω next to the ohmage rating. example: 8ω or 16ω.

3. blown speaker- push in on the woofers, it should move freely for an inch or 2 before bottoming out. if it feels like its scratchy or rubbing or there is any resistance before it bottoms out, then the speaker's voice coil is melted.

4. blown amp.

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The horn works but not the 15" you can hear the


Hi, problem can be solved. The problem can be from two places,

From the speaker and,
also the cross over.

I might be from the speaker if the wire connected from the cross over inside the speaker has cut or has removed.,it can make the speaker (15),not to make any sound..

The cross over might also be the fault too. The cross over is located inside the speaker and it makes the 15 speaker makes sound..
'There are capacitors on the crossover that control and makes the 15 speaker make sound.If the capacitor gets damaged it can make the sound stop. Also you will need to check the fuse inside the speaker, you will find the fuse on the cross over of the speaker.

Troubleshoot the above, and problem solved,...

Hope that helped..

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"Protect" keeps flashing on my stereo and it will


You might have a speaker wire crossed....Pull radio out but leave hooked up if possible.....Unhook one set of speaker outputs at a time from the radio and power on....Keep doing this until all speaker wires are undone....If you undo a set and the radio works like normal, then the fualt lies in those wires.

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Flashes protection


Yes, I agree with the expert, if problem still not solved after removing speaker wires then receiver got problem in amplifier output section and most likely output chips got bad.
Flashing protection is an error sign and unit wont power up to avoid further damage.
Visual check by experienced tech is required to fix the issue. Local repair shop will help you for that.

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When i turn on the tv on the power butten clicks on and off three times. then it takes about 45 sec. before i can try agian


Please check the speaker wire connections, the system may be detecting a crossed or shorted speaker wire and will not play.

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I have a technics and everytime i plug in it keeps clicking but nothing else the power button lights up


I dont know what kind of clicking is being heard. It might sound like a dead power transformer not clicking over. Or it might be you have some crossed speaker wires. If you did any kind of rewiring recently remove and cut off 1 inch on all ends of speaker wire at receiver end as well as speaker side and twist nice and tightly to not allow any stray wires from crossing over to the other terminals. Sometimes speakers have a protect mode when it sees a crossed cable. I am not quite sure but it is a good place to start looking. Good luck.

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look at these and only these... power or ground...either your power wire has grounded out somewhere (ud be surprised) or youdont have a good enough ground....i would check the ground first....hopefully this helps

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Read the manual. You've either got crossed speaker wires, it's overheating, or it's a more serious problem. The same just started happening to mine, so I'm taking it in.

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