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Problems with soundbar


Circuit board[s] are burned/dead causing a short circuit. Take it to a repair shop and get an estimate.

Mar 13, 2014 | Vizio VSB210WS Soundbar

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Keeps cutting off when you hit the power button,it's like it is blowing a circuit or something,maybe a circuit protecter or a fuse> Thank you


Disconnect all of your Speaker leads and see if it still does that when Powering on, If not then one of your speakers/Wires has a direct short. you can test the speakers/Wires with a multi meter you can tell as they should have 6-16 ohm resistance. If it still does this with no speaker wires connected then you have an internal short and should take it to a repair center or local audio/video tech.

Jan 30, 2014 | Sony STR-DE525

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My amp feep over heating and cutting off


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Disconnect the speakers and switch ON the set without any load. If it overheats at this condition too, the internal circuit has some trouble and need repair. If do not overheat at this condition, check the speaker wires for any short with the chasis. If the speakers connected have low impedence than suggested, the set will overheat. For more details on speker impedence, go to the specification page of the user manual to your set. OK.

Jan 09, 2012 | Kenwood eXcelon KAC-X812D Car Audio...

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I have a 2007 Street Glide. The radio cuts in and out. A speaker symbol comes on the sceen whenever the radio cuts out.what can I do? Thank You


Radio has experienced vibration damage to the audio circuit and will need to be repaired. Try contacting Iron Cross Audio. www.ironcrossaudio.com

May 15, 2010 | Harley Davidson 426290 AM/FM Radio

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Speakers are cutting out. Checked connections to receiver and they seem good. Wiggled ports on back of receiver and speakers worked, but cut off again as soon as I let go of them.


You might have bad solder connections where the speaker terminals attach to the circuit board inside the case. Mounting screws inside holding circuit boards in place may also have become loose. Often there are ground connections that depend on these screws being tight.

You may also want to check your speaker wires. The wire may be making a poor connection at the terminal. Try cutting a couple of inches off the end, stripping the wire and reconnecting.

Hope this helps. Thanks for using Fixya!

Mar 05, 2010 | Sony STR-DE685 Receiver

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Mordaunt Short MS409W cuts out. I think due to oversensitive overtemperature sensor on the heat sink. Some of the components (two electrolitic caps and a choke) close by look to have become very hot. With...


I read about lots of similar 'cutting out' problems on other bulletin boards, revealing that this is a common problem with this particular model. Many people had the faulty speaker replaced or repaired, then had a similar problem with the new one. As the manufacturer doesn't seem to have taken any responsibility for it and as I am an Electroinic Repair Engineer, I decided that I needed to find a creative solution.

I read lots of reports about fuses blowing as the wrong rating had been fitted by the manufacturer and reports of people fitting uprated fuses (very dangerous) after the higher rated fuses had blown. People often still had the same cutting out problems after doing this. I then found a 'fix' carried out by someone who clearly had a very rudimentry grasp of electronics but nevertheless claimed to have found a cure for this problem. I decided to check out this 'fix' which consisted of adding a link between two points on the power supply circuit board. This is the circuit board covered in black heat shrink sleeve.

I examined it and found that it contained a relay that transfers the secondary voltage from the turoidal transformer to the larger, circuit board. The relay appears to be responsible for switching through the primary positive power supply voltage for everything. So, by shorting out the input to the output, the electronics is no longer dependant on the relay operating to keep the supply going to the main circuit board. I figured that it could be the relay causing the 'cutting out' problems which is why the writers 'fix' worked.

I carried out this modification to the speaker I was repairing and as far as I can see it now works perfectly. The 'fix' does of course mean that the power is never removed from the main circuit board even if it is supposed to be, say for a 'soft start' or similar. Of course, since the speaker was basically scrap as it would have been to expensive to obtain and replace the faulty parts, this repair means that my customer now has his speaker back for very little cost.

If you at FixYa would like the full details for this repair, I will only charge you a one off fee of £80 for the several hours I have spent working on this solution. Of course I am perfectly happy to make the information available free to any member of the public or non-profit organisation that would like it. After all I only really checked out the repair that someone else had posted to make sure that it was reasonably safe and that it worked. No guarantees.

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Jan 29, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Power cuts off after 2 seconds after stereo start button is pressed


Disconnect your speaker wire's from your receiver, and then turn the receiver on.

If your receiver cuts off with the speakers disconnected, there is something wrong with your receiver, and take your Sherwood receiver to a qualified reputable technician.

If your receiver stays on with the speakers disconnected, their is a short circuit either in your speakers wires, or in your speakers. Make sure your speaker wires are pushed all the way in the speaker terminals in the back of the receiver, and do not leave no naked speaker wires exposed. If you have too long of bare speaker wires exposed at the receiver's speaker terminal, or at the speaker's terminals, they could touch each other, and cause the receiver to cut off. If the speaker wires are OK, then you may have a short circuit in your speakers.

Nov 12, 2009 | Sherwood RX-4105 Receiver

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Harley Radio Problem


A couple potential problems. If you have a speaker / headset selector switch, it may be bad. The circuit in the radio that responds to that switch may have experienced electronic overstress ans blown a component or 2. Finally, the audio circuit may have experienced some vibration damage. These are all repairable conditions. For more info on repairs of these units, contact Iron Cross Audio (www.ironcrossaudio.com). service@ironcrossaudio.com.

Sep 08, 2009 | Harley Davidson 426290 AM/FM Radio

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Speakers cut out


HI,

Are the speaker leads clean and full? ( not missing a bunch of strands) if so, it sounds like the spot where the speaker connectors tie into the circuit board inside.
I would find someone to solder that places where the connectors go into the main circuit board

Dec 30, 2008 | JVC RX-717V

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My conrol cord has its pins distorted


Well Friend,

What is the brand , name, model of your mobo, and what "control" is what you talk about.

Nov 25, 2007 | Altec Lansing ATP 3W Computer Speakers

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