Question about Aiwa AV-X100 Receiver
It is probably overheating and turning itself off to keep from starting a fire. You can take some canned air and spray out the back where the slots are for cooling. Or you can use your vacuum cleaner and clean it. This still may not fix the problem. You may have to take the cover off of the outside and blow out with canned air.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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