Question about Pioneer VSX-D412 Receiver
This could be a short on one or more of the speaker cables. I suggest you remove all speaker cables and try the amp again. If it does not switch off this would indicate a short on a speaker cable, so turn it off again and reconnect one speaker cable and try again. Do this with each cable in turn until the problem re-occurs, and you have now found the offending speaker cable. Check it for shorts at both ends.
This may not be the problem, of course, but should be your first investigation.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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