Question about Pioneer VSX-D509S Receiver
PLease help. FOr several years now my receiver has been doing this thing where is turns itself off at random times. Sometimes the thing works for 6 months with no problems, and then it comes back. It has done it while attached to all different speakers, so I don't think it is a bad speaker. Playing with the speaker connections doesn't seem to help eihter. It also isn't dependent on what decibal it is at, or what input setting it is on. Sometimes it will click off, then on, then off, back and forth several times with 15 seconds or so before it settles on one or the other. So it doesn't say "OVERLOAD", just "POWEROFF". What can I do? Ususally it just goes away after a while, but this time it seems to be sticking around. Thanks.
There may be broken soldering points in the receiver take it to a workshop or open it your self and check it on the power source
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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