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Well, to turn it off normally, just HOLD the sleep/wake button for 6 seconds or so and sliding the power-off button. To turn it off completely, as in a frozen state, hold BOTH the SLEEP/WAKE button and the HOME button for about 6~10 seconds and it should shut down without asking you to slide to shut off.
Appears that you have a bad cap in the power supply that is changing value as it heats up. Hard to find - only thing you can do is go to suspected units and replace them hoping that you got the bad one. Or just wait till it finally pops.
If you've been playing it a long time it's probably overheated. Give it a few minutes to cool down. There may also be a problem with the fan that is causing it to shut off (which it is programmed to do, lest the system burst into flames after several hours of gameplay).
follow these steps: *disconnect everything from the unit (treat it as if you just got it out of the box) no speaker wires no cables. * turn on the unit and max the volume (w/o anything connected) *if the unit shuts off during step 2 you need to send it in for service (go to onkyousa.com for the nearest service center) *if it didn't shut off during step 2 you need to play the tuner and connect one speaker at a time. EXAMPLE: connect your left speaker and then play the FM and then max the volume for about 2 seconds then turn it down. if you were successful in maxing out the volume on the left speaker continue with the other speakers until you isolate w/c speaker is causing the issue. if your gonna ask why the FM...its because its a direct playing source but you can still use a cd player or a tape deck to try it out.
take note: if your receiver shuts down on a speaker that you have connected make sure to have that speaker checked or better yet replace it.
Mine did the same thing. What I did, and it worked well for me, was I went down the menu until the Settings, then clicked that and went down until the Power Off section. I clicked that and went to Sleep Time, and held the right button down until it was set to 240 (I think that's what the highest # is). That keeps it playing for 240 minutes, after which it automatically shuts down to save power. You have to reset this every time you turn the mp4 player back on.