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I have a Av receiver tx-sr506,and it has these proble,the standby led is flashing and when turn on it goes back to the flashing standby mode,can i have any idea to fix it or any tech who can fix it.

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The flashing indication is telling you to seek professional help. You have have a short circuit in your output stage and your Onkyo is going into protection mode to prevent further damage. The least you can do is to switch off speaker A and B and try switching on the Receiver. If the then the system turns on you have an external shorting in the speaker wire or speaker itself.

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