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I think i blew something?

 

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Username: Jlprix91

West, Michigan Usa

Post Number: 36
Registered: Oct-04
i have a kenwood receiver 6ch
i had to jensen 15 floor 3-ways and two sony 6'3/4
bookshelf speakers and it all sounded really nice.
the receiver shuts off if the speakers cant handle the power, it has done that a few times you can usually just turn it back on and its fine.
but this time it turns on but when the automatic muting turns off the receiver turns off
what do you think happened? and how can i fix it
 

J. Vigne
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You can fix it by taking it to a repair shop, they'll tell you what happened as they hand you back the burned out parts.


 

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Username: Project6

Post Number: 2382
Registered: Dec-03
When a receiver turns off, it is usually for a good reason. This is usually a clue that there is something wrong, if you keep turning the unit back on after it turns off, it will burn out.
You really should follow the manual's recommendation on how to connect the speakers and the impedance recommendations.
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