Question about Onkyo HT-S5100 Theater System
First thing you may want to check is a.c power coming to the unit then at the back of the unit you should have a 3 positions switch that reads auto/off/on , put it at the on position, now you should have a green indicator L.E.D meaning power`s o.k.
If you still have nothing then look for a fuse holder with a slotted opening, get a flat screwdriver and turn the cap about a quarter of a turn counterclockwise and it should pop out.
Look at the fuse and you might see a broken filament inside or blackened glass, if it is the case you might try to replace it with a new one(fuses sometimes blow due to power surge or spike) but if it blows again, then you have a problem with either the power supply or amplifier board. If the fuse is o.k and all is connected right by the user manual then you are back with a power supply problem.
Hope this will help. Good luck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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