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Onkyo TX-V940 Has no volume at switch on, After pressing function buttons volume comes on. Left & Right channels cut out intermittently.Dave

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  • Stic Jan 31, 2008

    Hi, Yes all connections and cables are connected and in good condition

  • Stic Feb 14, 2008

    Thanks Heaps for your help. It was the relays partly burnt.
    Stic

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Hi,

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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  • Priya darshan Jan 31, 2008

    Here is the user guide manual go through it carefully i hope u will find a sol.

    click here for the manual,once u go to that site then just enter ur email id and click start download

    And If u don;t find anything in the manual then you have to replace the protection relays..

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Hi,

Did you check that all the connections are fine and that the cables are not damaged?

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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    Damen Wong Feb 01, 2008

    If possible get someone certified to have a look inside your unit to see that there is no hardware malfunction inside (I suspect in your case it's a hardware malfunction).

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Feb 15, 2008

    I am glad it worked out for you.



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