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Re: Onkyo just shuts off...
You need to call on 201-785-2600 between 9am and 5pm ET, Monday through Friday to find the name of the authorized service center nearest you. WARRANTY PERIOD (from date of purchase):
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The reference to Zone 2 means that your Onkyo receiver is set to be remotely controlled from another location. Normally, this arrangement would be initiated at the time of set up but could be done later. You may have to repeat the initial set up routine to get things back to normal
1. While holding down the REMOTE MODE button for the mode in which you want to use the command, press the [ON] button.
*** Hold both buttons down for 3-4 seconds ***
2. Press the button you want to learn the new command
3. Point the remote controllers at each other, about 2-6 inches apart, and then press and hold the button whose command you want to learn until the Remote indicator flashes.
*** Hold them level with each other, 2-3 inches apart, and don't move them at ALL while you press the button on the old remote ***
4. To learn more commands, repeat steps 2 and 3. Press any REMOTE MODE button when you've finished.
*** If the command was learned correctly, the remote indicator will flash *SLOWLY* twice - about a 1 second blink, and the red light will remain on. If the command was NOT learned correctly, it will blink twice *QUICKLY* - about .5 seconds, and the red light will go off. ***
If the red light stays on, you're golden - keep going until you get to a button that flashes red quick and the light goes off. Some of the buttons I programmed took 6-7 tries in exactly the same position to learn.
If the stand by red light starts blinking after 4 seconds of switching On it indicates an output short circuit. In all probability one of the Amplifiers output stage is defective and to prevent speaker damage the protection circuit is getting activated in 4 seconds. You will need professional help to fix this.
these a couple things you can try to reset,if resetting dont work you will have a amp problem.Try pushing and holding down these 3 buttons s.speaker b and att and exit buttons for at least 3 sec or more.should reset.If not also try pushing and holding down mult speaker and exit and att buttons together for at least 3 or more seconds.if still shuts down you will have shorted transistors inside of unit.
The only thing to test would be to disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver then turn it back on. If it still won't turn on, it's an internal power supply issue and will need service. If it turns on, post a comment and I can walk you thru further troubleshooting. Hope this helps
Sounds like an overload. Make sure it's getting enough air, no shorts, and using speakers with compatible impedance. If you press and hold down the power button long enough it might reset it...up to 15 seconds I think.
This is a short or unstable ohm load. Remove all speaker wire connections to see if the amp will stay on.
If the problem goes away when disconnecting the speaker wires try this:
1) Check volume level on zone one and zone 2 if connected. If it is too high the amp will go into protect mode and shut off exactly as you described.
2) Make sure no wires are touching any other wire or the metal surface of the amp. This will cause a short and send the amp into protect mode.