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Overload keeps going in too overload when turned on with nothing hooked up too it overload flashs on the front screen

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The audio amplifier IC of your device are damaged you gotta send to a repair center.

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Its it's a Panasonic receiver sa - xr15 it keeps on saying it's overloaded and I got nothing hooked up to it right now


It might be down to the fact that the main power amp has shorted and therefore overloading the system. It can happen if say you had some faulty speaker cable, or two wires touched together. Or it can happen on it's own.

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Overload keeps flashing


Remove anything that may be sitting on top of it, and give it at least 6" of clearance all the way around it to help dissipate heat and leave it that way
permanently.
Next check that the speakers you are using have a compatible Ohm rating for the receiver.

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An amplifier should never be turn on without speakers, it will overload internally.
make sure speakers work and try again.

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My denon receiver keeps shutting off around -15 and it just started doing it. I reset it to factory settings and all the speakers are working fine. It isn't hot, it will do it as soon as I turn it on. I am...


try this and see if it work. keep in mind that the audio output is very sensitive unit and it has a built in reset switch which keeping the unit from shorting out. the systems go into reset because of safety precaution overloading the systems. The most important is to make sure you have the correct post connect from the receiver to the speakers, such as Positive to Positive and Negative to Negative. If the post is not hooked into the correct post it will sense the overload and the unit go into reset mode or protection mode. Trace the correct wire to the right post and see if that will rectify the issue.

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Vsx-517 keeps going into overload mode!


Try this:
1. Turn off the receiver.
2. Disconnect all the speakers from the back of the receiver.
3. Turn on the receiver. Does it still go into overload? If so, it may need repair.
4. If not, turn the receiver back off and connect one speaker at a time and turn it back on.

Most likely one of your speaker cables is shorted out causing your receiver to get overloaded. Or, one of the speakers is damaged, having the same effect.

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Overload flashs


there will be 6 amp circuit in your receiver. you can't unplug them one by one. with a multi-meter you may be able to find the shorted channel. (most JVC receivers use discrete circuits instead of an output IC) Check for shorted transistors attached to the heat sink. You will possibly find some open resistors also. Generally this is a job for a pro.

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Jvc receiver OVERLOAD


possible short across speaker wires somewhere or even inside speaker

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If your rec'vr worked with the original front and rear speakers, the new speakers are either defective or ar the wrong impedance.
Also, I find this confusing: "I connected the wiring for 1 of the front speakers to the connection on the rear of the receiver". This may indicate wrong wiring connection. Make sure you have connected the speakers properly

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What speakers are you using? Are they seperate from the TV set? How is the audio attached to the TV set. What inputs I mean are you using for the speakers and the sound for the TV set?

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