Question about AAD E-30 Main / Stereo Speaker
I have a 4 speakers system. One speaker shuts the receiver off when I power it up. I've isolated it to one speaker by disconnecting all speakers and trying one at a time. I then swapped the wires for this speaker from red to black terminal and this had no effect. It still turns the receiver off. Do you have any suggestions?
The speaker is bad. The receiver detects a shorted condition and shuts off to prevent the amp section from damage. Replace the speaker or the wires. Something is shorted.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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