Question about Marantz SR8001
It needs to be serviced. Bad caps, resistors, & possibly a transistor or two. Not an unbearable repair, but you can count on it being 100-175 depending on the shop. You followed all the troubleshooting you could without opening the unit.
Posted on Oct 02, 2013
Switch off the unit. Then hold down Sorround, Exit, Memory & Clear buttons all together and then switch on the power. This should work.
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
SOURCE: the red power light is
Its usually not a fault that you will see unless somethings burnt up. This is solid state electronics and you don't see this stuff go bad. But in the meantime try disconnecting the speakers and see if it still goes into shutdown and at the same time have a dc multimeter attached to the speaker outputs. If the unit comes on and you don't see any DC at all or very very little B+ on both speaker terminal sets then you may have a defective speaker. If you do see dc then that's why the protections coming on so you don't blow out your speakers. If you don't have any equipment or don't have any electronics experience I would then take the unit to a repair person for an estimate.
Good Luck in solving the problem.....
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
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