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Receiver keeps turning off after I turn it on.

I bought a brand new Onkyo system. We installed everything like we were supposed to. The system keeps cutting off after its turned on. I dont know whats going on.

It stays in standby mode.

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CHECK THAT YOUR SPEAKER CABLES ARE NOT TOUCHING.ALSO DID YOU NOTICE THAT THE SPEAKER CONNECTIONS ON YOUR 605 ARE SIDE BUY SIDE NOT ABOVE EACH OTHER?

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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