Question about Home Theater Systems
The stereo suddenly clicks and stops playing through the speakers, as if it's overheating. The CD keeps playing, and you can still listen through the headphones, but it refuses to use the speakers until it's calmed back down again. I've done a lot of fiddling, and experiments with different combinations of the speakers. Any ideas?
Hi all, I just had same problem on my RD-VH7, in fact i have two units, one works perfectly, any trouble, but other had same problem. Click and stop playing speakers. Really it's a "protection" of the system that overheat a lot. I need to comment that i repair it by myself and i recomend a little of knowledge about how desamble and resamble the unit, due to it's very compressed. The solutions is so easy. Simply the speakers terminals inside need be to re-weld them to the main board. Due to the overheating this make the welds maje a "fake contact" (sorry about my english) and the protection circuit activate this desconnection. I made this welding perfectly only on this terminals and now it works perfectly. The good news are that it's not an circuit problem. Hope this info can help all guys. Ciao zebastian_mx@hotmai..com
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Same here, it starts to happens after I owned the unit for around 7 years
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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