Question about Onkyo TX-V940 Receiver
the protection circuit has failed. I sometimes find that the contacts in the protection relays will be slightly burned and that will make the sound cut out randomly. Turning the volume control up higher than normal will make the open circuit of the burned relay contacts work again and so will the sound.
in most cases replacing the protection relays will fix the problem. You may want to first verifiy that the relays are defective by measuring the contact resistance when the problem shows up.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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