You may have toasted the amp. You cab try reseting the microprocessor by using the hard power button and the a b speaker buttons. turn the unit off using the power button. hold the a and b speaker buttons and while holding turn the unit back on. screen should flash a couple times. release a and b buttons. good luck
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that sounds like normal operation to me. might be low on charge therefore won't kick in on high speed due to not damaging the system and running the ac compressor to cause damage. have the system checked at a local shop. if ok, then recheck that everything is plugged in. all sensor on the ac lines. sounds like it might even be the low side cut off switch or plugged orfice tube or something along those lines...best left to a professional with a machine where they can monitor pressures, and proper operation and see what's going on.
right click your mouse when no programs are running.. the menu should give you a screen resolution option, start there if that doesn't work, find your control panel, click in this order Control Panel Appearance and Personalization Display Screen Resolution
check speaker connections.sounds like the system is trying to stop some thing more serious happening by shutting itself down.a pain yes but saves blowing something up.if no luck,then definately send in for repair
The reason this happens is because it takes about 3 to 5 sec. for the output circuit relay to kick in after power up, im sure at this point is when your receiver shuts off and flashes red. You have a bad output Transister its shorted to ground and the sony's protection circuit kicks in and shuts it down. Unless you are a electronic Tech. you will have to take it in to be repaired its going to be about 120 dollars to repair. Now im assuming your speakers are ok, if you have them hooked up when you do this try disconnecting them and try to power up if it does you have a shorted speaker, but normally Sony just displays overload protection on the display. Im sure you have a shorted Trans. sorry for the bad news good luck.
it looks like the Inverter's gone in your screen, it works like a starter in a florescent tube, it 'kick starts' your screen to come on. Turning it on/off many times eventually 'kick starts' your screen and makes it come on eventually.
Please check the capacitor near processor, 1000uf or 2200uf. do you see the the top of it is change shape i mean convex. if yes, just replace it. If not, turn on the pc without RAM, do u hear beep sound? if beeping its normal but the controller or chip set is not work good
hi, your amp seems to be getting power but the cables might be wrong so it's not getting enough power. the light on the amp should be green if everything is going well.
are you sure the cables are suitable for your amp?