Question about Kenwood VR-716 6.1 Channels Receiver
Turns on clicks a few times then shuts off
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Initially, unplug from the mains / outlet. Inspect the speaker wires and ensure that no stray strand is inadvertently touching its pair. Use a continuity tester to verify the speaker impedance.
Offhand, the clicks are the relay trying to engage. It forms part of the protection circuitry. If a fault is detected, the built-in watchdog triggers the relay off and disengages the speakers to prevent further damage.
The only easy user doable try of a fix is the above speaker / wires check and performing a RESET:
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Posted on May 14, 2010
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