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Front display light out...no sound

The receiver was on when one of the speaker wires slipped into the top of my satellite box.....sound when out and display messed up

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If everything is connected correct, the only thing I can think of, is you don't put in a surround signal. If you only feed 2 way stereo, only two speaker will work. Also if you switch to stereo, the other channels will stop working. Check the cables, the settings and the input.

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When you don't have sound on any television there are basic troubleshooting steps you perform before looking at it being a service issue.

First make sure mute has not been pressed on the remote. If you are connected to a cable box or satellite receiver you unplug it for 30 seconds to reboot it. You make sure the audio output settings on the cable box or satellite receiver are correct. Next you check your cables by changing them to see if they are the cause of the problem. If you have another cable box or satellite receiver in the house bring it over to the television and swap it out with the other one. If you have cable and not satellite bypass the cable box and connect the coaxial cable directly from the cable feed to the television and use your television's tuner. Before you do any of that you will want to check a VCR or DVD Player that is connected to a different input from the cable to see if you are getting sound on it then you will know whether or not the cable box or satellite receiver or the one input is at fault.

If there is no sound whatsoever you might have a pinched wire in the speakers or may need to replace them altogether. If you can get a service manual for the television online you can get the service menu instructions and try a reboot before going into the speakers to look for a pinched wire to see if that is all that needs to be done.

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the center speaker is easy just wire it to the center main posts (connections are near the middle of the box) (just match up the colours)

and the powered speakers do they have their own amplifier or are they just speakers

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wire them to the front main speaker connections near the right of the box

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If you had the Speakers Set to A (not B) and no headphones connected when you pressed the TEST TONE button on the Onkyo HT-R540 (also known as the HTS-790) remote, and you had no sound from the Center Speaker then try the following steps. 1) Check the Center Speaker wiring at both ends under a bright light and make sure that there is not a strand of wire touching the Receiver Chassis or another speaker post. Check both + and - . If that looks okay, 2) unscrew the Center Speaker Post connections on the Receiver and verify that the bare stripped wire is making contact. Often, the insulation is too far into the connector. When screwed down, the wire's insulation is crushed and keeps the bare wire from making contact. If this looks okay and the unit is under Warranty, your last test is to: 3) temporarily swap the wires from the Center Speaker with the Right Front Speaker. Turn the volume down low and try the TEST TONE button again. If you now hear sound from the Center Speaker box itself and none from the Right Speaker box, then the Receiver is the problem. If you still do not hear sound from the Center Speaker box, then the Center speaker itself is defective.

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