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Onkyo HT-R520 Immediatly goes to standby mode when turned on

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  • jake_tyson May 25, 2008

    i turn on my ht-r520 and it immediatly clicks and turns off and the standby light flashes

  • jgnow2000 Jul 20, 2008

    my amp goes into standby mode even when no speakers are connected

  • wise_guy47 Oct 24, 2008

    my 520 shuts down within a few seconds of power-up and into standby mode. I disconnected speakers, and deselected speakers 'A' and 'B'. still shuts off immediately with a couple of clicks as if a relay was switching.

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    mine doesnt have any thing hooked to it and shut off

  • horseshoeguy Mar 20, 2009

    When I power receiver on, powers itself off after about a second or two. I have unplugged everything and it continues to do same.

  • margmacc May 23, 2009

    My Yamaha RX-V2500 after two years of service has decided to stay in standby mode. Have done all the trouble shooting provided in the manual to no avail. Have unplugged every wire from the unit except the power wire and still it goes to standby. Help!!!!



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This Yamaha model has a "Thermal Protection Integrated Circuit", You can check the online manual at www.yamaha-uk/pdf/owner_manuals/rx-v2500.pdf

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Make sure that speaker wires are not touching.one strand is all it takes to switch unit off.

hope this helps.

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Speaker wires could be shorting or you have too many or the wrong type of speakers connected. amps usually act like this when presented with too low of an ohmage load...

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