Have had an oknyo reciever work perfectly for 7 months. All of a sudden it is taking 10 minutes for the hdmi pass thru to get the signal to the tv when first turned on. I have had it in for service 2x and they can't find anything wrong with it. I was told that the reciever may not be compatabe with the dish network reciever. Why would it just stop working. I had dish network change out the dish reciever....hooked up to the tv the dish reciever works fine. The same goes for the hd dvd player....it takes forever for it to send the signal to the tv. Onkyo is giving me a hard time saying they will not replace it unless it has been in for service 3x. The service guy has closed the ticket saying it works fine. HELP!
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Hello Cindi, If the audio does not come on for a short period of time this usually indicates that there is an issue with the audio relay. To try to fix this, I would suggest a reset of the unit. After resetting I would also take another step of doing a power cycle. To do this you will unplug the unit from the wall for about 10-15 minutes to draw out all of the stale power in it. If these two steps do not address the issue then the receiver would have to go in for service. Thanks, FJD
Hi What I do with a perfectly healthy radio is to run around the house with it until it recieves properly. I may have to use the old advice from 60years ago to fasten the antenna to a radiator made of iron(if they are still to be found). Then you are sure to get the radio working. If all goes to the worst you may have to old the radio above your head. (take care to use one hand at the time, this was done in my youth- 60 years ago) hope this works for you Kolbrun
Having the same problem, something with the reciever or transmiter. Flown about the same 10 times, this just started 2 days ago and had it a month or so.
The s032g are not UBS charged.
I put new rechagable batties in the controller, nothing, took it apart nothing, unraveled the reciever wire a little (3") and got it going then this morning same problem. I am going to open it up and inspect the reciever to see it the wire came loss. I think it is the transmiter, it seems to happen when lowering the throtle, yellow lite on heli blinks and comes back after drop throttle to 0.
Undercharging. Make sure to charge until light on charging unit is fully bright. If the light on the charger gets ANY brighter when you unplug the helicopter, then it's not fully charged. Note that if you are using a usb charger, that most laptop usb ports and front side desktop data ports are not fully powered to the required 5volts DC, and so can take several hours to fully charge the battery.
Over-discharging. Once you cannot maintain altitude, land helicopter and power it off. Draining a Li/Po battery fully, or even close to it, will weaken it's ability to hold a charge, and can ruin it entirely. Not like the old Ni/Cad rechargeable batteries. Improper care. Batteries should be allowed to cool for 10 minutes after every flight, and 10 minutes after every charge. Like over-discharging, overheating will always weaken, and can destroy your Li/Po battery.
I’m writing this report to provide insight into a common Okyo issue.When my Onkyo receiver began to malfunction my first response was to search the web for answers.What I fond was conflicting information. While all system issue may be unique, I hope this report shed some light on the subject.
System Breakdown: Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR606 7.1 Channel Home Theater Receiver (Black)
TV: Samsung - LN52A750 - 52" LCD TV - 1080p
Component 1: XBOX 360 Elite
Component 2: PS3 120GB
Cables:Mediabridge Ultra Series - 10ft High Speed HDMI Cable - Version 1.3 Category 2 - 1080p - Blu-Ray - PS3 - W/ Nylon Sleeve Issue: When I first setup my Onkyo receiver it worked perfectly.Over time, my TV would display “Searching for Signal”.After about a few minutes the receiver would detect the XBOX 360 and work fine.At first it was no big deal until the problem progressed. The receiver began to take longer and longer to detect the signal from the XBOX 360.Finally it would take up to 30 minutes or would not detect a signal at all. Finally I went through the process of changing out the HDMI cables and switching ports.This did not work, so I call Onkyo.They walked me through a reset process that did not work.Finally they recommended that I take it to an approved Onkyo repair shop. Lucky for me there is a repair shop in the suburbs of Chicago about an hours drive from my location.There are not many approved Onkyo repair shops. Most people would have to ship their receiver to another state. I took the receiver to the repair shop.They seem to have a nice little scam going on… Here is the scam.. They tell you there is a 3 to 4 week wait time (or longer) until they can even look at your receiver! BUT, if you want to put it on the “Priority List” you can pay a $30 non refundable fee not covered by your warranty.Then you would only have to wait about a week.Tell me, who would not op for the priority list when your entire entertainment system is managed by the receiver?!?!?So I payed the $30.About 4 days later I get a call from the repairman.He says, all the HDMI ports work but they don’t have an XBOX 360 to hook it up to.So he can’t validate the problem.After arguing with him for an hour and listening to him cry about how crapy Onkyo receivers are and how hard the company is to work with, he agreed to do some research into the problem.I told him many times, simply look on the internet many people are having the same problem.Onkyo has to know something about this. Finally about a week later I get a call from the repair guy.He says he thinks he knows what the problem is.He has to order some capacitors and I could pay $45 for priority shipping.Umm wait one minute, I already paid $30 for priority service now you want me to pay more for shipping?No thank you!Over time I simply rewired my system to work without the receiver and to tell you the truth I almost forgot about the receiver.Finally I got a call from the repair shop about 2 months later saying I could come pick up my receiver.I talked to the repairman. He said the following… Solution: There are 4 capacitors that malfunction over time.It’s a common problem with Onkyo receivers. When the capacitors begin to malfunction you get intermittent signal response until it does not work. He could not explain why the cable still worked (everything was hooked up with HDMI cables). If you are experiencing this problem. I hope this helps save some time switching out cables and guessing why your system is not working. - Antious
i had this problem with mine that i just got a month ago. i called garmin, they said send it in or return it and get a new one. I returned and got a new one today and it sends and receives perfectly. You need a new one.