Question about Kenwood VR-5700 Receiver
This could be over heating on the kenwood sovereign vr-5700, and when this happens, it mute itself and stop working, after it as cool down, it works again. I will advice you place the device in a well ventilated location or get a standby fan for and see if it will mute itself again while working.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
Alot of times what happens is you have a device that is gounding to the receiver and causing a charge to build up on the mainboard for the receiver. After the charge reaches a certain point it is enough to engage the power button turning off the unit.
Note with your modern electronics they work on contact switches. You make the circuit to turn on the device and again to turn it off.
So as a test you my try disconnecting all devices and reconnecting them one a time over a time period to see which one starts to cause the problem. Also if you have all the devices unplugged and the unit still turns off then the problem is with the receiver its self.
Let me know how things go
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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