Question about Pioneer VSX-917V-K Receiver
While doing A MACC, the receiver will suddenly state OVERLOAD and shut down.
Hello check the Speakers first, Try unplugging all speakers one at a time and turning on the unit, do this until the the overload stops,When and if you solve which one is causing the problem, reconnect the bad speaker by it self to confirm it was the one causing the problem as it will go into overload again. Also make sure no wires are contacting each other at the speaker output terminals. Even one thread of wire touching each other if not using (Banana plugs) could cause the Overload circuit to activate. Also try unplugging all the speakers and turning on the unit to see if it goes into overload. If so then service is needed on the audio amplifier Circuitry.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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