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PIoneer VSX-D510 power issue! pleas help!

My receiver will power up, after about 5 seconds it will say power off and then it will turn itself off. can anybody tell me what the problem could be thanks

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  • pledgeMaster Feb 02, 2008

    everything is disconnected and it does the same thing, does this mean i have to bring it somewhere to get it repaired or would it be possible to repair myself? thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    when amp turned on after a few seconds says power off and will not play

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Must be the protection circuits kicking in. One or more amp channels must have blown.

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    Noel Guiriba Feb 02, 2008

    First make sure the problem is with the receiver. Disconnect everything from the back, including the speakers, then try and turn it on again. If the problem persists, the most likely problem is a bad output channel.

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    Noel Guiriba Feb 02, 2008

    It would be best to have it repaired by an authorized Pioneer repair shop. They will use the right parts and tune the receiver to specs when they are done. Get quotes first. If the cost if fairly high, it's probably best to just get a new one.

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