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ONKYO TX-SV717PRO Amplifiier

Stuck in PROTECT MODE fuse is o'k. Can't get passed PROTECT mode.

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  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    Had also a protection problem and the right main channel was silent. Poor soldering on the little bass/treble/balance was the reason for all the worry. Just re-soldered the little print-board, and any dubious looking dry-joints on the other boards.

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    David David Aug 08, 2017

    I also have this model and the Right Channel not giving signal to the main stage. Trouble is the circuitry - TX-SV717PRO isnt linear and it coul be that small board. I have seen evidence of plenty of possible dry solder joints as this model was made in Japan and wasn't robot surface mount circuitry. Looking to hear from anyone else with Right channel down???

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Disconnect power and try after 20min without speakers.

Posted on Aug 22, 2007

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How do you reboot?

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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Towards the back of the users manual there is a sequence for "rebooting" the unit. That's fixed mine every time it freezes.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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