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Receiver shuts down after 5 to 10 minutes of operation

When the problem first started,I could tap it on top and the solenoid would trip turn it back on. Now it stays off for some time - perhaps because a faulty component needs to cool down to restore the circuit of which it is a part? Or not. This affects all inputs - not any particular one.

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Take a pair of pliers on make sure all capacitors or srtaight and not leaning to the side.

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