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These are the following steps to reset your Denon receiver: 1. Save the information currently stored in your Denon receiver, such as device commands and multi-zone controls. Some Denon receivers can control multiple rooms and each room needs to be setup properly to provide the correct controls. If the receiver was installed professionally it may be best to contact the installer before resetting the device.
2.Press the "Power" button or the "On/ Standby" button to shut off the receiver. On some receivers it is best to press the button on the device instead of the remote as the remote will normally put the receiver in standby mode. Ensure the display and all other lights on the device are off. Do not unplug the Denon receiver as it will not reset.
3.Press the "Power" button and at the same time press two buttons on the front panel, which are determined by the model Denon you own. Most receivers identify the two buttons inside the user's manual, while some older Denon receivers require you contact Denon for the right button combination. For example, some Denon models require the "Standard" and "DSP Simulation" buttons to be pressed simultaneously.
4.The display will start flashing at about one second intervals. Release the two buttons. Turn on the receiver by pressing the "Power" or the "On/ Standby" button to verify the previous settings and saved radio stations have been erased. If the interface does not flash, the reset was not complete and needs to be re-done. Re-enter the previous settings to ensure there are no further issues with the receiver.
Read more: How to Reset Denon Receivers ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7441680_reset-denon-receivers.html#ixzz1wpEtIRTB
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When the speaker wires were shorted it would have damaged the output and so there is a short in the output circuit thereby the amplifier goes into the protect mode. So remove the power and the speakers, reset and test again without the speakers. If the amp goes to the protect mode then you need to have assistance to check the boards within for a short. sometimes it is difficult to probe for a voltage check and so will need jigs to test. Check the output drivers for short using a multimter, check for the rail voltage to the outputs or there can be a power issue.
"If your 8002/7002 goes into protective mode (red power light flashing at two times per second) the receiver will not operate until it is reset. First try the reset procedure on the bottom right corner of page 81 in the manual.
If that doesn't work, press and hold the following three buttons on the front panel until the unit resets:
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This latter procedure is not in the manual and I can't fathom why, as it can save the inconvenience of a trip to the service center."
that is actually a sign that the reciever is bad. it usually means the
amp is blown. Not in the sense that it wont work. But its overheating
and thats where the problem lies. In your case it could be causeing a short. for this reciever it only costs 130
for the pcb board that goes bad. I know no one likes to hear that there
stuff is broken. But when i worked for Square Trade i seen a few dozen of these units come through and it was always the amp which can still be serviced by yamaha. -Thanks Nate
Hello Coach T,
1. If pressing the power button does not turn the unit off, unplug the unit, then plug it back in.
2. Press the power button while pressing the ENTER button.
This will bring the unit back to factory defaults.
Please let us know if you need any additional help.
I've had this happen a number of times with my receiver. This trick from the Troubleshooting guide in the owner's manual usually does the trick:
If an unusual condition in the display window or malfunction
occurs, reset the unit as follows.
1 Press the POWER button to turn off the power.
2 Press the POWER button while pressing the ENTER button.
Everything stored in memory after purchase is canceled.
If the power cannot be turned off in step 1 because of a
malfunction, reset by disconnecting the AC cord and carry out
There could be a number of reasons causing this malfunction, try replacing the subwoofer's cord, it might be damaged, you can also try reseting the system to the factory settings according to the following instructions:
1. Press the power button to turn off the power
2. Press the power button while pressing the ENTER button. (note: this will reset all memory)