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My receiver says power overload and then tells me to switch it off. is this something i can reset or is it blown

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Check your speaker connections, or unplug all your speakers and verify the problem still happens. If so it is an internal problem and most likely not worth getting repaired.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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