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I am a noob and i just bought Onkyo HT-S9300THX. After a while of usage, suddenly the avr emits fire spark and explode sound from the speakers. This is very scary. I follow the documentation to the letter on placing onkyo avr(20cm empty space above and 10cm both sides).

Why is this happening? This is very scary. I just bought the item overseas and if it breaks, im in deep trouble. is it because of power supply? Not enough power or unstable power? What should i do?

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I am a noob and i just bought Onkyo HT-S9300THX. After a while of usage, suddenly the avr emits fire spark and explode sound from the speakers. This is very scary. I follow the documentation to the letter on placing onkyo avr(20cm empty space above and 10cm both sides).

Why is this happening? This is very scary. I just bought the item overseas and if it breaks, im in deep trouble. is it because of power supply? Not enough power or unstable power? What should i do?

Thanks.

Did you put 220/240 volts into it? Not sure if the avr can take it check the specs. Have you contacted onkyo?

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the voltage is correct. if not, the avr is blown the minute it is plugged. my situation is, it rarely sparks. ive been using it for a month and today is the second time it happened. when it sparks, there is a red light blipping. i turned off the receiver and when i turned it back on, everything seems fine. the receiver works fine and i cant find any problem with it.

i really dont have a clue why it happened.

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