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Cutting off and stayin in Stand by mode

I just bought this thing a couple of days ago and I had the sound on it one 1 hr from watching TV. It immediately shut off and went into stand by mode.

I try to turn it back on and it shuts off within 10 seconds. What have I done wrong during the initial hook up.

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To me it sounds like you might have blown a channel(s). The speakers that you are using with unit, did they come with it? If not you need to check the ohms of the speakers. It looks like the Onkyo HT-SR800 can only handle a minimum of 8 ohms. If your unit is under warranty definately send it in for repair

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