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Sa-g90 receiver goes into overload and stops playing.

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  • DanceAsIf May 26, 2008

    My Technics SA-EX800 will overload when I put a medium load on it and stops playing. I tried different amp speakers and that doesn't seem to resolve the problem.

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Mine does that also. The cooling fan in the back is not working properly. It only runs when a certain load is placed on it. Sometimes it doesn't kick in and you get the overload. I can't figure out why. For some strange reason, adding a couple foot of wire to the antenna connection helped.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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