Question about Technics SA-DX1050 Receiver
First thing to check is your speakers. If you have on bad/ going bad it will cause the receiver to be overworked and shut down. disconnect all the speakers and turn the reciver on. if you still have an issue, it is the receiver. if it stays on, start testing speakers. use an ohm meter and test each one. they should each read above 4 ohms. if you don't have a meter, you can use the following method although it is less effective. start connecting the speakers one at a time. turn up the volume and let it play for a few minutes. when the offending speaker is connected, the receiver should cut out.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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