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TX-SR800 circuitry protection activated

So how do we disable this feature or at least reset the unit so that we may able to use receiver again...pls help

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You maybe got to change the ICs audio amplifiers of the receiver they are damaged.

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Appreciate the "Ask Me" and my compliments on the choice of an Onkyo TX-SR605.

Onkyos are not very common in my country. Often, they are imported from the US and since we follow US broadcasting standards, there would be no need for modifications particularly with the tuning steps.

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