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Won't power on
Check on the back panel for a fuse. Usually a black knob with a curved arrow going 1/2 circle. push in and turn counter-clock wise or unscrew to release the fuse. Hopefully it has one like that. Easy to get to. Hope it has that, if not...idk. Oh yea, don't go by eye determining if its good or not, use a multi-tester to know for sure.
on Dec 18, 2013
Usa to uk
the unit has a voltage selector switch on the rear. Have you selected the 220v option. this will solve your need for a reduction transformer. If you have just gone ahead and fired it up in 110volt settings.... internal damage may have already occurred.
What is the switch set to now? Let me know
on Oct 11, 2013
My onkyo getting very hot
This is not normal, if you are using an entertainment centre, air flow is very important, 3" to 6" clearance on sides, back should be open, units should not be stacked. If that is not the issue, how many speakers are you running? if they are the proper numbers and they are matched, that is good.
on May 15, 2013
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