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My Denon AVR 1803 turns itself back to standbye with a red blinking light within seconds of powering-up Is this fixable, or would it be too costly?? Thankyou

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  • andy-t007 Feb 25, 2009

    Hi I have the same problem, but didn't understand what xtors are?

    I have checked internal fuses and all is ok, how can I discover what circuit is dead and does this unit require all speakers connected to be able to work ?

    THanks
    Andy T

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Hello runj69 your receiver is going to standby because you have a problem in the output ckt, the first thing is to check the connections to make sure no speaker are touching and if not you need to repair the output ckt, most of the time are the xtors.


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