I was listening to my stereo a couple of days ago and it turned off all of a sudden and "ovload" kept flashing on the display. I unplugged and plugged it back in to see if that would help, but it didn't. I have i plugged into a surge protector so i shouldn't have got a power surge. What should i do?
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Re: RCA rs-2522 Shelf system
Overload is the unit letting you konw that there is a problem with the speakers,speaker wires (shorted), or most likely that the audio output ic in the unit is bad. typical price on this part is around $15 to $40.00. the part is a little had to get to replace.\
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The Aux audio L/R input jacks are below the On/Off button on the left side of the front of the stereo's main unit. The headphone jack is just below the input jacks. You will probably need an adapter to split the stereo output from the Blackberry (probably a 3.5 mm stereo jack) to the L/R jacks.
If it is only two months old, DO NOT take the unit apart! there should be at least a three month warranty on it, and if you mess with it, they(the repairer) will blame you. Call for an authorized dealer in the owners manual. Good Luck
It most likely blew a fuse as a result of the power supply or the power output curcuit blowing out. Unless you have the proper tools and the the right test equipment , I am afraid you will not be able to repair this as this repair will require you to have the circuit diagram and follow the short. My best advise would be if this unit cost less the a couple of hundred bucks, Time to go shopping, as the repair would most likely exceed half if not more. Good Luck
It certainly sounds like a defect and I believe would qualify as a warranty repair. Talk to the store where you purchased it to see what their warranty procedure is before it is out of warranty, which can be as little as 90 days. Good luck.