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Multi room speakers stopped working. Settings correct and verified; professional installer verified speakers and wiring is good. The receiver is working fine otherwise. Any suggestions?

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    Just to verify-- we have connected zone 2 speakers to a different source to verify they are working and the wiring is fine. The connections at the source have been verified. Settings in the unit show the appropriate input but zone 2 doesn't work with any input (even FM radio) at the receiver. However, the receiver is not in protected mode and everything else is working properly so an internal short seems unlikely. I have powered down the AVR525 and reset the microprocessor but it does not resolve the problem.

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If everything is in good condition, it is impossible for it failed to work unless there is something that causes failure.
try once again to check more carefully, especially the connections in and out of the speakers, there is a cause fail to produce sound.

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One of those things that were tested is not right. You'll need to do a process of elimination. First try connecting one local speaker and see if you actually are getting output. If not then you know the problem is with the receiver or connector.

You can also hook up something else to your multi-speaker wiring and see if it works through that wiring and speakers, ie a tv or anything that can use the same kind of connector you're using.

If you get sound out from something else then again you know it's with the reciever, either a problem with the settings or the unit itself.

Obviously you can also double check the settings too and make sure they are right.

It has to be one of those things, a connector, wiring, a setting or the unit itself.

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