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The buttons "Audio", "Fonction", "Down" and "Right" don't work anymore.. I checked the switches with a multimeter and they are OK. I cleaned the contacts between the front panel and the amplifier but the problem was not resolved.
Everything is working if I use the remote control, so this is a hardware problem but.. where???
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I've had two Pioneer CD players and they both were set the same way. Turn it off then press and hold the AUDIO button if it has one. Then keep pressing it until it gets to the clock. I think on mine the hour starts flashing. When your done just turn it back on. == Answer == I had this problem too. In the far right corner is the "A" (Audio) button. Turn the stereo off and hold the "A" button until the clock comes on. The hour will be blinking. Use the up and down "Select" keys to set that. Then use the right "Select" key to switch to the minutes. Use the up and down keys to set the minutes. Push the "A" button when you're done.
Assuming you're talking about your amp is overheating, it usually means that you don't have enough room for your ventilation. You can keep it where it is, and wire a couple of computer fans from Radio Shack.You should wire them up so that they turn on with a switch. Another problem is the amp is basically out in the open, speakers could be wired incorrectly. If your amp is stable down to 4 Ohms, and you have them wired down to 2 Ohms your amp can run hot. The way to check this is to hook up a multimeter and see what Ohm load your amp is "seeing." If you don't have access to one, then just simply go to a local audio store and ask them to check that for you.