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Intermittent speaker performance - receiver issue - not a speaker issue

I have an Onkyo HT-R510 that is no longer functioning correctly. I purchased it as a home theater in a box, and have not changed the original configuration from the years that it was working fine. The issue is that the speakers are functioning intermittently. The issue moves from speaker to speaker, and when disconnecting the leads, stays with the source and not the speaker. Also, the combination of correctly functioning speakers changes. As of yesterday, only the left rear speaker functioned. This system has 3 front and 3 rear speakers, in addition to the subwoofer. I suspect that the issue lies inside of the receiver. I did open the receiver and clean it using compressed air, but this did not change the performance, and truth be told, it wasn't all that dirty inside the box. Do you have a recommendation as to what I can check next?

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Matt,

Have you checked/cleaned the leads on each speaker as one bad lead or speaker can pull/push extra power from/to other speakers causing shorts, this is likely not the case but could be the easy fix. Try cutting one speaker out at a time rotating which one is disconnected to see if this fixes the issue and possibly points out either a bad speaker or connection.

Posted on Dec 04, 2013

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SOURCE: Receiver frying noise

I have the same unit and discovered there's 2 cooling fans inside.
one is not working at all and the other is turning very slow.
With that said I'd open the cover and see if it's the fans.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: rt2770 home theater receiver rca. Hp In?

Mine does the exact same thing. If I pick up the front end of the unit and slam it down on a hard surface, it then displays HP out and sound comes out!! Freaking retarded. I wish I knew what was wrong with it! I asked RCA and of course they never responded. What a joke!

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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