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Receiver won't turn on

I have a pioneer sx-316, one day I hit the power button and it said error and turned offf never to turn on again any ideas on how I can fix it,

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  • DollarGrin Feb 20, 2009

    I'm having the same problem and this is my third one. My Pioneer sx-316-s will not turn on. I checked the fuse and its fine. No smell like it burned out either. Opened it up and looked inside and everything is perfect not even any dust.

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OVERLOAD issue


check the attached service manual.
H appears normal and L appears to be defect.
also see page 88 to troubleshoot further Pioneer SX 316 Service Manual

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How do I hook up a powered subwoofer to a pioneer sx-316?


Many subwoofers accept both line level (RCA jacks) and amplified inputs (+ and - speaker terminals). The Pioneer SX-316 does not offer line level output, only amplified outputs via the PURPLE + and - speaker terminals. This means that in order to use any subwoofer with an SX-316, the sub woofer will need to accept a + and - speaker wire connections for input Your manual speaker connections are on page 11 of the manual which can be found here: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/260358/Pioneer-Sx-316-S.html#manual

Starting at the rear of the SX-316; run a speaker wire from the PURPLE + and - terminal (SUBWOOFER) to the + and - speaker input terminals on the subwoofer. See your subwoofer manual or experiment (at your own risk) with connecting the speaker wire from the SX-316 to the subwoofer's + and - LEFT only, RIGHT only or BOTH left and right speaker inputs. Do not connect wires from the SX-316 to the speaker OUTPUT terminals of your subwoofer.

Finally, adjust any variable low pass filter knob or setting on the subwoofer to the lowest frequency that your main speakers are capable of producing. If you're not sure what that value is, try setting the subwoofer to 100Hz and judge how it blends with the main speakers. If it seems a little too bass heavy and thick then reduce the setting to 80Hz. On the other hand, if the sound seems to be slightly thin and lacking weight, try increasing the setting to 120Hz. By careful listening and a bit of patience you will be able to get the sound to seem balanced and well blended.

Good luck!

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Pioneer receiver sx 316 shuts off after a few moments of being turned on


Mine is having this problem now.

Tried re-inserting the speaker wires.
Tried resetting before it shuts off.
Tried disassembling but solder joins are still nice.

It still shuts off soon after power up. Time to spend money? :(

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I don't have sound even if I turn knob at top level. The sound coming from my speaker is not loud what button should I touch to get more volume converter sx-316


Turn it down to 1/4 while troubleshooting or you may destroy your speakers after you find that button, whatever it is.

Has it NEVER worked or did it suddenly start acting this way?

Do ALL sources act this way or only one(some)?

I'd look for a the Mute button or a Tape monitor incorrectly selected.

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Dead no power.. checked main fuse, worked fine last night, went to turn it on today and nothing. its a sx-316 not sx-315, I say this because it tells me this is not a valid model#, but sx316 is printed on...


Check the resistance of the primary on the main power transformer, (with power off) should be 1-3 ohms. If open you need a new transformer.

If good turn it on and check for ac voltage (120v) there.

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How do i reset my Pioneer SX 316 Surround Sound System. i lost the owners manual.


1. Switch the reciever into standby.
2. While holding down the TONE button, press and hold the STANDBY/ON button for about three seconds.
3. When you see RESET? appear in the display, press the ENTER button. OK shows in the display.
4. Press SETUP to confirm.
OK appears in the display to indicate that the receiver has been reset to the factory default settings.

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a little bit foolish thing: see if you have both the speaker channels (A and B) down. if you have both down it doesn't work - didn't for me.. and obviously make sure you have the right letter down - same outpout as your boxes

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