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Technics tuner sound stops and overload message displayed

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  • lalen22 Apr 18, 2008

    I have a prob whith my SA-EX320. It have worked good for one year. but now i can't have my vol at 1/4 to full. i get the messege OVERLOAD. I have Canton cinema 5.1 loudspekers and it worked before. and i did get in to the reciever and i seen a F1 T2A that looks a bit suspisius neer the powercoil. Can it be that iv'e burned it?



    My mail is lalen22@hotmail.com

  • YOYO77 Jun 20, 2008

    I have a Technics SA-GX470 Receiver and I just recently purchased it used from a pawn shop, and I am starting to receive a message on the display screen saying "overload" then the system shuts down. What does that mean?

  • nbkblood Feb 20, 2009

    mine says overload as soon as its turned on and it will also say overload without any speakers hooked up to it, but when it warms up for a few minutes it starts working , very weird..

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Make sure your speakers are 8 ohm and not 4 or 2 (some receivers cant output properly to a 4 or 2 ohm load) and phased correcty.

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