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Amazon.com, MyRemoteControls.com, and Remotes.com all sell a replacement remote for the TX-DS575. I have also seen the Onkyo TS-DS575 receiver with remote listed on eBay for as low as $35. Keep looking; the remotes are out there.
See the manual you can download on this site on page 39 1. Open the battery cover and remove the batteries. 2. While pressing and holding down the ON button and the STNBY button, insert the batteries in the correct direction. After inserting the batteries, release the buttons. The SEND/ LEARN indicator ﬂashes slowly. 3. Press the ENT button. The SEND/LEARN indicator lights up for about ten seconds, then turns off. All programmed codes are erased and the button memories return to the factory presets
Normally you hear a clicking sound coming from the inside when you turn on your amp. That's the sound of the magnetic circuit breaker (switch). If you tap your amp to turn it on, and if the amp gets turned on after you did it:), then I suppose the problem is on the relevant switch.
You can find it out by yourself. I have the same device; therefore, I know that this device has a "test" function. Just unplug rear (surround) speakers at first, then test the rest of the speakers if the amp lets you do it. Hook up one of the rear speakers you regularly use to rear left or to rear right in order to test each rear channel. If one of them turns off the amp, you'll be able to understand which side feeding resistor does not work. However, if the amp goes to standby mode as soon as you hook up one of those speakers, you can alternatively invert the relevant rear speaker's input ports for a while. (+ to -, - to +) Don't forget that you have to hook up the other rear likewise. This will allow you to cheat your amp for a while, and let you test your channels without taking care of ohms.