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Amp keeps saying overload and when I press anything it says switch off power

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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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Goulds pump model BGR75 won't reset. Any tips.


If the motor runs but keeps tripping the overload, the motor is bad or the motor is under a big load. Does it pump water? If not, check the impeller and see if there is anything wrong with it. If it does pump water and the motor trips overload, the only thing left to check is the overload. Check the motor's amp draw and if within specs, replace overload. If amps are too high, replace motor.

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I changed the a/c filter and have been trying to reset the light which says a/c filter change required but it won't reset. Can't understand why because I press reset as soon as it comes up...


All those lights etc on the right side of your dash
are not tied to anything

You don't have to change anything
or do anything. Oil,Cabin Filter etc

THEY ARE JUST GADGETS

Status does cycle
You press Reset & hold

When it says to hold, you
quickly press & hold Reset again

You can just forget all that

Doesn't do anything

You don't sit in your car &
call it up with the status button
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Brake Fluid-every 2 years --Flush/All Vehicles
Spark Plugs -- every 3 years,not over 60,000 miles
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I have Wharfdale 4000 Xarus speakers connected to my Pioneer VSX 817, the last 6 months it keeps saying overload when i have the volume further than 40db. Never use to do it... and i have re wired the...


Testing your amp at max with the speakers disconnected will not play a factor because there is no power being drawn so the amp is not being used. Those speakers are rated 90db and really pound but also draw a ton of amps. The key thing here is to keep it cool, cool, cool. Put a fan on it and keep your receiver on a hard surface with nothing stacked on top or anywhere within a foot of it. Keeping it cool will help prevent overloads or (protection mode). Back it down every now and them and give the system a rest for a few minutes. Double check the negative and positive connection on the speakers to the receiver. We all have hooked them up backwards sometime and this will have the effect you are expressing. What is the phase set at on your receiver? Set it down to "0" and go up to where it sounds best without distortion. One more very important thing. What is the Ohm switch on your receiver set at? Put the switch on 8 Ohm even though your running 6 Ohm speakers. That switch only steps down your voltage feed to the power selections which will hamper the overall dynamics and fidelity of your receiver. This switch is really not even necessary. Putting that switch at 8 Ohms will give you more headway and aid in keeping your amp cool.
Regards, Tony

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On switching my technics sa-dx750 it says switching off overload


The question is what is causing the overload? The power supply or the output devices on the heat sink?
If you have accidently shorted a speaker wire, then the answer will be output devices, otherwise it could be anything in the power section. You may find a burnt or damged device with either of the causes.

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The fuse keeps blowing in my amp, changed the fuse several times but just keeps blowing!!!


You have an overload in either the power supply section or Main amp section. Culprits in the power supply are the transformer, the Large Capacitors, rectifier, voltage regulator.
In the Main amp anything on the heat sink.
Look carefully for burnt or damaged parts. If there's more than one fuse, follow the path of the one that is blowing it might lead you to the suspect.

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u can measure the speakers impedance, if is ok. I think this can be a problem, when is speakers with 4ohm conected.

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The audio amplifier IC of your device are damaged you need to replace it.

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