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I have an Onkyo TX-DS747 & everytime I turn the receiver on the speaker outputs a switch keeps turning on & off for about an hr before it rectify it's self. Is there a way to correct this issue?? Thank You Anthony

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What it sounds like you are describing is the protection relay turning on then imediately turning off for the time period mentioned. That would indicate a possible short in the circuitry. Probably a capacitor that is intermittant or even a transistor about ready to fail. This is probably not something you can look for if you are not an electronic tech. Find a reputable shop and get it fixed before it quits and does more damage. Let me know how you make out.

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