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Pushed a button on the remote and now no sound

I pushed a button on the volume remote and not I can not get any sound at all from the receiver. I have no idea what button I pushed and the receiver isnt showing any mute or any other kind of information to tell me what I did. please help. what do I push to get out of this mode I have a onkyo htr510

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  • sanddlr753 Oct 10, 2008

    No, it wasnt the volume control button.

  • sanddlr753 Nov 29, 2008

    THANK YOU mingkong!!!! I know who to go to next time I need help with something! I think you should take the guru place!

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Volume

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Make sure that the speaker A button is pressed (check the display to see if there is a letter A on it.)

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Did you push the volume control "UP"?
Maybe you blew it.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

  • ted dux Oct 11, 2008

    Well, I guess it still doesn't work.
    It may require repair, sad.


  • ted dux Feb 17, 2010

    RTFM.

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