Question about Onkyo TX-SR500 Receiver
Hi,your fears are confirmed... the protection circuit is self resetting, and is operating because the amp will most probably have blown that channel as a result of the speaker wire short. At the risk of doing more damage(in the workshop,we always soft start an amp with output problems to prevent more damage)you could take the lid off, check and replace any blown fuses, be sure to use the same rating and type. If the problem persists, or the fuses fail again, it needs some expert attention. Off to the repair shop.... Good luck, and thanks for checking with FixYa
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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