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Pioneer A/V Receiver shuts off at random
GreasyKidsStuffMOMMM!ROAST BEEF WANTS TO KISS GIRLS ON THE TITTIES!Registered Userregular
Title summarizes it pretty well. Our A/V receiver (this one to be exact) has over the last few days started to shut off at random without any warning or explanation. It doesn't matter what function we're using, whether it's using our Shaw DVR or watching a blu-ray or plugging in our iPod, it will shut off. Either 10 seconds after we turn it back on or a few minutes. I've looked in the back and all the wires seem to be in good shape. We haven't done anything to it that would cause it to act up like this, and we've owned it without any problems for the last five months or so.
I read on the product site that sometimes it will overload and shut off, but it also says that the display should say 'OVERLOAD' on it before it does. It doesn't do that. It will just shut off without any warning. Everything else stays on.