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My stereo shuts off when the sound jumps quickly

My HTR-5730 has recently started shutting itself off when the sound jumps quickly (ex: an explosion or thunder clap during a movie, or cranking up the volume to listen to some AC/DC). It then gives me a check speaker wire message, but everything seems to be connected fine. This started happening after connecting my PS3. Is one of my speakers toast or is it the receiver or am I missing something?

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You might try connecting only one speaker at a time and see if you can locate a bad speaker OR bad output channel that way. If you find that you connect one speaker and the problem occurs then try another working speaker and see if it still does it. If it does, then you have an output problem. Good luck.

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