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Onkio receiver i have a Ht-R510 onkio receiver that shuts down immediately after being turned on. The amp. protection system has been activated is what the manual tells me. How can I fix my problem? I have the same problem with my Onkyo TX-SR601, how many output transistor that need to be replace? where to buy it? Thanks.

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    I have to turn on the receiver 3-4 times before it remains on.

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The remote control is not working I replace the battery and I try to reset. Manual indicated to disconet all the speakers still not working. Thanks

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The output transistors should be replaced in pairs. Also, It may not be just the output transistors that are defective. If you have no experience with these types of repairs, I would suggest that you bring the unit to a service shop. The outputs will run about $15-$25 per pair.

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