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Tx-v940 I hooked up new speakers wrong and now the unit doesn't work... Can anyone help me....? Please....? Scott

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If you don't got any sound the audio amplifier IC is damaged you gotta change it.Good luck

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This indicates a load on the system, turn receiver off, remove speaker wires from the back of the unit. Now power up and turn volume right down, if the word protect stays off, there is a short in the wires or one of the speakers. But if the word protect comes on, "with wires and speakers dis-connected, it means there is a short in one or more of the audio outputs in the receiver. If you are handy using a digital meter then you may be able to track the shorts down, and replace the parts to get it up and running, also if you can solder then it will make the job easier.

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How are you sourcing the program material to the sub? This TX-V940 receiver doesn't have specific sub support.

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You need to first determine which is at fault - the sub or the receiver.

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Happy new years,

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