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I have a Onkyo HT-R8230, i hooked it up to my jvc XL-V114 disk player via rca and the receiver will play for about 2 mins then shut off the stand by light blinks i pulled it apart and dusted it out checked the four fuses made sure every thing has good contact i dont understand it, i checked to make sure all my spkrs were okay and when i turned it back on it made a fuzzy noise that grew louder and louder then it popped and shut off, once again i pulled it apart and checked the fuses they were good i then turned it on with nothing connected and it still randomly shuts off.. i dont understand.. thanks for your time Damian

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Check the link below for generic information about protect mode as your unit is in that mode. In your specific case, I'd suspect a problem with the coupling caps between the pre-amp stage and the final output stage of the amplifier. There could also be a power supply offset problem. Without taking measurements inside the system, I can't say for sure.

Check out the link and post any additional questions here.

Thanks,
Dan


Link: http://www.fixya.com/support/r5390728-protector_means

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