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Re: Doesn't turn on
Measure the DC voltage across the B+ and ground terminals as well as across remote and ground. If you have less than 11 volts when the amp tries to power up, the amp could be shutting down due to low voltage.
If the voltage remains near or above 12v, disconnect all speaker wires and signal cables from the amp. If it powers up, the wiring needs to be checked. If it still shuts down, the amp likely has blown output transistors.
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check ur speaker wires, try disconnect all wires from back of unit and then try to turn on unit . if it stays on whit no wires attached than u have short connection at speaker wires . if doesn`t come on then try to fasten screws at back of the unit , may sound like BS but if amp board don`t have good ground connection it can go in protection mode happened to me on RX-V592
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The only change you need to make for the 120 operation should be to change the fuse to a 2 amp fuse. Faint static is typical of the electronic noise of amps... as long as it it is faint. The power supply will act differently on 120 than 240... probably takes a brief more time to get the system stable, hence the initial buzzing. As long as it performs don't worry about it.
Try disconnecting all the speakers and see if it does the same thing. If it doesn't, connect speakers again one at a time to find out which one of them is doing it. Make sure the speakers rating match the output of the amp.