Question about Onkyo TX-SR702 Receiver
The unit is in protect mode until then. What needs to be determined is why it takes that long for the system to settle down. Basically, there are circuits built in to prevent faults from causing damage to external devices like speakers. These circuits prevent the output section from turning on until all of these voltages are correct. If you recall from a long time ago, it was common for the speakers to produce a loud pop when the receiver was first turned on. These circuits prevent that (as one example).
This unit should be brought to a service shop as it will require signal tracing to determine the faulty component. This is not likely to be diagnosed remotely through a forum like this.
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Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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