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My Kenwood KR-V5570 receiver powers off when I try to run a medium to high volume and the standby light blinks

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    My Kenwood KR-V5570 receiver powers off when I try to run a medium to high volume and the standby light blinks

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I had exact problem.
the bare wire speaker cables that connect via a clip connecor in back of the receiver are pushed too far in. something inside is shorting out with the speaker cables. solve this issue by either tightly twistng or soldering the wire ends ( then clip the ends about 1/4 inch long). watch out for the same issue of electrical shorts at the speaker end of the cables.

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