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Lg lh c6231 dvd/vcr switches to standby mode after short period Is that a problem with the amp ? or heating promlem in the amp unit ? thanks Thisan

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  • thisan Jul 07, 2010

    The problem is in the LG LH-C6231 Home Theater system

    It will work for few minutes an swithed to standby mode.

    after few minutes whe I press the standby button It will swith on again and work for another 2minutes and again swithed to standby mode.

    Thanks
    Thisan

  • thisan Jul 07, 2010

    The problem is in the LG LH-C6231 Home Theater system

    It will work for few minutes an swithed to standby mode.

    after few minutes whe I press the standby button It will swith on again and work for another 2minutes and again swithed to standby mode.

    Thanks
    Thisan

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Your receiver is basically going into protect mode. Check your speaker cables. Make sure that all of them are seated properly and none is touching each other or the body of receiver. Take out all the wires and put them back in again. Even a tiny little frayed wire touching the receiver could trigger the protect mode. It is also posiible something is shorting out inside. A little frayed wire could also trigger the protect circuit in your receiver. You may have to open up the unit to replace a fuse or do some soldering. If you still have a warranty then send it in for repair. Something is overheating inside the amp

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U have some kind of circuit failure in the amp, it is going to standby mode to prevent any further damage to the amplifier, you will need to either replace the unit or iget it diagnosed by a electronics repair shop, Radio Shop repairs these types of home electronics

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Thisan

When you mean a short time how long is a short time. Also long does it take before you can turn the receiver back on.

It sounds like you have a short on the receiver its self or another device is grounding back to the receiver.

The thing to keep in mind is with modern electronics they do not have a physical switch but they us contact switches. A contact switch works by making a connection to turn on or off.

The problem is if the an extra charge is being applied to the receiver this can cause the contact switch to engage.

To test this unplug all your connections to the receiver. Note most likely the speakers are not the problem so you do not need to disconnect them. However you do want to disconnect all connection including any HDMI cables. I had a case the other day where some on had a bad cable causing the problem. Next start plugging back in the devices to see which one is causing the problem.

If the receiver still turns off with all connection unpluged then the problem is with the receiver its self.

Let me know if you have any more problems or questions

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Posted on Jul 06, 2010

  • thisan Jul 06, 2010

    Hi



    The problem is in the LG LH-C6231 Home Theater system



    It will work for few minutes an swithed to standby mode.



    after few minutes whe I press the standby button It will swith on again and work for another 2minutes and again swithed to standby mode.



    Thanks

    Thisan

  • Will Hartford
    Will Hartford Jul 06, 2010

    thisan



    Just to confirm you did disconnect all the devices from the unit?



    If you did and you are not under warranty then you might open up the system to see if you can see anything not right. Note the first thing I would check is the fuse to make sure it is connected properly. The fuse can be a common problem because it is not in its clip fully it can cause shorts. The other thing I would look for would be bulging or leaking compositors as this is a sign of problems with the system.



    Also if you have not worked on electronics before you might get a friend that has to help you look over it.



    Let me know if you have any more problem or questions


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