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Have a AVR 1601protector circuit on checked wires ?

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The problem is your Dennon receiver,, try this so we can pinpoint out the problem..put the speakers close to the receiver ,what you will do now is to power up the receiver while listening to the speakers with the volume off.In about 3 to 5 seconds you should hear a slight click from the speakers try this both speakers,if you hear then circuit is ok.try to checked output for the speakers,;if there is high amount of DC at the speakers ouputs . the speakers will be destroyed. If you have a digital multimeter,measure the DC-should be about to 50millivolts or less..leave the set on for about 3 minutes for the circuits to stabilize before measuring,.then if you get overrange on the meter measure voltage then speaker will destroyed. then if the speakers are good and still no sound then the problem is in power amplifier section there's a four darlington transistors
, maybe defected or cold solder of the joint ,if seems your receiver needs to resolder the parts joints and to the tuner section and power amp. section.you better to do this so your receiver will work better again.. Comment by VOTIT, posted on Jun 25, 2008Just click FIXYA for tech48 below to his last comment ,its override the the thanks for trying color yell

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You must know, at times the protection circuits are not fast enough and it could burn some of the transistors on the power output circuit. With time, the solders on the circuit board could give way and give you problems later on.

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