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TX-SR603X cuts off at higher volume levels

My TX-SR603X shuts off at higher volume levels. This has happend before but went away. It is now doing it again. I also tried doing to automatic set up with the mic. When it got to the left rear speaker, it shuts off. I tried unhooking this speaker but it still happens. Any suggestions please? Thanks

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  • Jeff Henderson Jan 30, 2007

    That sounds like that would require it to be repaired by a technician. Is that right?

  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2008

    SAME PROBLEM WITH 2 ONKYO RECIEVERS, I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IS GOING ON

  • Anonymous Jul 01, 2008

    I HEARD THAT 90% OF THE TIMES ITS A BAD SHORT IN ONE OF THE SPEAKERS. TO HOOK ONE SPEAKER AT A TIME AND TURN IT UP UNTIL YOU FIND THE SHORT OR THE FACEPLATE TO THE ELECTRICAL UNIT TO YOUR WALL OF YOUR HOME COULD BE ANOTHER PROBLEM.

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The overload board is failing.

Posted on Jan 30, 2007

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