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I bought a Onkyo TX-SR806 from Crutchfield a few years ago, never took it out of the box until now (finished theater room) and while hooking up wires there was a quick spark and now the unit turns on but is in protect mode. Any suggestions on how i can fix myself?

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Unless you are good at soldering have the parts on hand and know exactly what you are looking at, it will be very difficult for you to fix it yourself.

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