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Have an overload on a Dolby Digital Audio video reciever RCA model: RT2360/RT2360BK

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  • stan_jon Mar 20, 2009

    I have the same overload message on my receiver.

    I think it is a power issue, I checked all the fuses and all good.

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Please check your speaker cables for internal short circuit or cable touched each other in receiver rear side=take all speaker cables out and check if overload goen you have cables problem-connect speaker one by one until you find the bad one-try to change its cable first and then speaker itself.----if over load remain you have a problem in your receiver itself.

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