The receiver powers on and off on its own. Its irregular. Can be every couple days, hours, or minutes. I've replace the speaker wires with better cables and tried all the connections and different outlets and also other DVD players and televisions. Not too sure what the problem could be. Thank you.
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Could be an intermittant problem with the systems remote control. take out the batterys and see if the problem persist. If it dosent then you found your fault and can get another remote at http://www.remotes.com Good luck
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Commonly your problem is a result in bad thermal connectivity on the power transistors.
Each power transistor is coupled to a heat sink with thermal paste / thermal conductor. When they run hot, they **** more power. There is commonly a thermistor which acts as a protection from blowing out the transistors.
There is probably a transistor that is nearing the end of its life. It will work for a while (when you power up the system) but after a couple of minutes, it starts to **** power, heat up, and trigger an thermistor up stream of the transistor, and it shuts the power stage of the amp off.
This is unfortunately a problem for a technician, or you would need to be armed with a schematic to be able to work with this problem effectively.
I want to think about this for awhile but first I want to caution you to NEVER turn the volume all the way up and then place your ears near the speakers for diagnosis of an unknown problem. If you inadvertently affect it to come back you can kiss your speakers (and maybe your ears) goodbye.
I'd agree that it is none of your hardware if it affects all inputs, two receivers and multiple speakers.
This sounds like a good one.
The simplest source to use for further trouble-shooting would be FM as it has no external connections, and it's vanilla stereo. Keep It Simple.
"Power bars"? Do you mean like a power strip with multiple outlets and maybe some kind of surge protection? Pare the system down to its most basic form - receiver, front speakers, one power source direct from the wall. What happens? Add components and complexity until the problem returns. Good luck.
error code 11 (protector) - According to the manual, 11/PROTECTOR means, "Irregular current is output from the speakers. Turn of the receiver, check the speaker connection and turn on the power again."Most likely, a strand of speaker wire is shorted to the chassis at one of the speaker terminals.
Hope this helps !
That is the common symptom of the defected STK-IC in power amp.section
that busted already or just a loose connection.First try to resolder
the pins of STK-IC and also all component parts joint in power amplifier section if its works! if not that is the time you replace
it, so it works normal again.
You may have a bad protection relay or solder joint at the relay mount position. This relay prevents power supply "thumps" when the unit is first turned on, and also shuts the amp down when there is an overload problem....accordianman
I had this problem also...I unplugged the power from the dock for about a minute, plugged it back in, turned it on, placed my zune in the dock and it's been working ever since. Hope this helps someone.
Do you have standby light?If it is not,it is working like PC power supply.If itis notyou have a +13V AC problem (2 gray wire).Check this first.If you dont have it ,Give +13 DC to C9103.You will get standby light.