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GDHAL Posted 1 month 1 week ago
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You're welcome, @Isgarth.

Are both of your speakers speakers plugged in to the same surge protector? If yes and the problem occurs with one of the speakers and not the other, perhaps swap the outlets on the surge protector that each speaker is plugged into and try and determine if the problem follows (i.e. try and determine if one particular outlet on your surge protector has a problem). Also, have you tried the suggestions that the Moderator mentioned? Beyond what has already been posted in the thread perhaps you should contact your dealer and troubleshoot further.

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lsgarth Posted 1 month 1 week ago
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No i have each of the speakers on a seperate surge protector and seperate outlets but the same curcuit.
I'll try swapping out the protectors and see if there is any difference.
I'm going to also try and swap the outputs on the receiver to see if it's a receiver issue.
It did happen today while watching a movie and I'm pretty sure once it happened the blue light flashed 25 times and then went steady.
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Moderator Posted 1 month 4 days ago
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Please keep us posted if anything new happens so we can try to identify if there's an issue or problem.

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charliehatch Posted 1 month 3 days ago
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Maybe you have a bad surge protector? Try bypassing it and see if the problem happens again.
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lsgarth Posted 1 month 3 days ago
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Yeah I plugged it into the wall outlet directly and it did the same thing.
I'm going to swap the speakers left for right this weekend and make sure it's not the outlet or the receiver... I'll post back the results.
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