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Flashing mcacc pioneer vsx-921 - Pioneer VSX-919AH-K A/V Receiver

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SOURCE: Pioneer VSX-1019 with a flashing red MCACC

you can "release" the error by pressing the "down arrow" and the "zone 2 on/off" for 2 seconds.

Posted on May 23, 2010

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can you tell if its a error code. Also what kind of speakers are you hooking up and what connector style?

if there is a short somewhere this could be your problem as it seems that on this model it is the overload protection. So it may have been overloaded and needs to be serviced or you need to ensure there is no short. if you can provide me with more information i will be glad to be of more assistance.


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Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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ENTER VIDEO2 keys for 2 seconds.

Posted on Sep 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Flashing Red MCACC Light

hold the tune down (-) button and multi zone on/off button for two seconds then receiver should reset on the VSX-1019AHK model!!!

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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