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Onkyo TX-SR702 keeps going into speaker setup mode

I have an Onkyo TX-SR702 (similar to SR602). It's been working for about 3 years. Recently I've experience quite a few times that, while I was watching DVD or listening to music, I suddenly heard a "boom!" and then no audio anymore. After tuning off the receiver and turning it back on, it continues to work.

When it happened again today, I looked at the receiver display, and noticed it has "auto sp setup?". So I ran auto speaker setup, checked all other setup as well. Then after a few minutes while watching DVD, "boom!" happened again. Now it seems it happens more frequently.

Any known issues? I checked all my connections, and they seemed to be fine.

Thanks!

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    All the speakers check out receiver does this without anything plugged into it or any speakers connected.

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Los amplificadores de audio del aparato estan a punto de danarse,checa las bocinas una por una a ver si no hay alguna mala.

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