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Pioneer amplifier / reciver cuts out every now and then aboult every 20 minuts its prity hot and when you change the sound chanel there is like a loose wire kinda noise .thanks

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  • phillish Aug 17, 2008

    iv had the unit for about 4 years now and the modle no. is realy vsx-d510 -its been doing it for the last week. nothing is changed since first instalation

  • phillish Aug 17, 2008

    i can not see the fuse , could i replace the fuse myself or should i tale it to a repairer?

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Sounds like it is over powered .. are your speakers rated at the same wats the receiver is putting out.

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  • kristopher betzler
    kristopher betzler Aug 17, 2008

    ok... pull the power ...and the fuse if you can see it. if not the fuse is in the unit it self. it needs to be reset.
    and then it should work just fine.


  • kristopher betzler
    kristopher betzler Aug 17, 2008

    well you can do it... but you have to take the casing off the unit.
    i will get on live chat tomorrow and we can do it if you want. let me know. i don't know where you are but it is 1:00 here so in the morning.


  • kristopher betzler
    kristopher betzler Aug 17, 2008

    i hoped you wold not have rated so fast fixya would have been good.
    any way we will get this done post back and i'll get on if i'm not already. just click the ask me button.
    thanks betz73


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