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Pioneer vsx-917-s/-k suddenly says overload and switches off while watching a dvd

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  • texasangler Jan 17, 2009

    pioneer vsx-917v suddenly says overload and shuts down

  • barnglo Feb 09, 2009

    same thing.. just says overload. i have all but Surround Back speakers set up.

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Pioneer vsx-917-s/-k suddenly says overload and switches off while watching a dvd, listen cd and tuner.

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