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OVERLOAD My receiver has overloaded and powered off. I tried to reset it by holding down the On/standby button and the TONE button for 3 seconds. When it asked to Reset? I hit TONE and after it said OK? I pressed TONE again. It still almost immediately powered off. What do I try next?? Thanks

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Turn the unit all the way down. Now, before you try to power up again, make Absolutely Certain that there are no shorts or damaged wiring going to the speakers. Still no go? Then try to power up with no wiring attached. Good? Now just the wiring, no speakers. Make Sure that there are no wires touching! Then try speakers. If there is a problem, you'll find it .....accordianman

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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Pioneer-VSX-815-K-Receivers-manual/id/385dj989/t/2/

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