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Reciever won't stay on

My reciever won't stay on. i turn it on and it shuts right back off any suggestions?

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  • rbudman Apr 02, 2008

    first of all,thanks for responding to my e-mail.

    at the present time i do have it in a well ventilated area.

    the standby light is on, and thats all. do you think it could be something else? on this unit ,is it something i should consider taking to a repair shop,or would it be a safer bet to just invest in another unit and if so what brand would you recommend?



    again thanks very much.

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    SallieJohns May 11, 2010

    Is it mounted in a place where it could have gotten too hot, like in an enclosed entertainment center?

  • Cristy York Oct 18, 2013

    as soon as i turn mine on it says overload in matter of second. tyed to unplug all speakers just in case short. still same result. u said check ventilation. should i open and clean if clear to breath?

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Do you have too much of a load on the amplifier? Or as SallieJohns mentioned, is it getting adequate ventilation?

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