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Onkyo tx-sv535 my reciever is stuck in protect mode. i am a electronics graduate from itt tech and i wanted to now where i can get a diagram of the board to replace the output resisters..but i don't know where theuy are located..

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  • mazeno Jan 31, 2008

    Hi, I have the same problem with my tx-sv535. Their is something wrong with the outputs and my electronic's guy could not figure out what to do. He tried everything he could think of without tearing the whole thing apart. What can I do, other than to throw it way?

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2008

    Same problem here too.The face place shows PROTECT. What is protect mode? I could not find any definition of it.

  • Anjuliam Mar 08, 2008

    I am locked in Protect mode and did the manual reset (hold down video 1 and press off) however the problem remains.



    Any help would be appreciated.

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When the apm in protect mode means it is problem in inside.don't trow it please repair it n use

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Onkyo tx-sv535  My Amplifier Doesnt switch on The light comes on and i get dsp error on the screen please advise.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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You tried reset on front panel? you hold down video 1 and then also press power off. the panel says "clear", then start up again.

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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    d4nc3r Aug 24, 2012

    Perfect !!! simple fix from dsp error ^^ thanks

  • d4nc3r
    d4nc3r Aug 24, 2012

    Perfect !!! receiver runs again ... thanks

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