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I'm not aware of Onkyo having made a receiver model TX-DS565. Perhaps there's a typo in your message? Did you instead mean Onkyo model TX-DS595? Google search and Remotes.com has listings for the remote for TX-DS595.
to connect the receiver to a tv via the monitor out from the receiver to the tv.
you may be able to see the OSD (on screen display of your settings) change the
function on that to turn on the front display. alternatively look on your remote
to see if you can turn up the light of the front display.
if these don't
work possible that the light of the display has blown
When unit is on hold down vcr button and press standy power button. display will read 'CLEAR". turn back on and see if remote works. note that this will erase any of your settings. Point the remote at any camera and look at the camera display. If you see a white light when you press buttos remote is working. Remove the top cover, remove front cover and resolder connections on remote receiver. If you intend to do this let me know and I can give you more details.
Ran my 595 blind for 2 years and finally spent the time to diagnose it this year. Turns out that one of the resistors that is on the power supply went bad. Similar problems have happened with later models so i thought the same may be true for the DS595.
My Receiver has always run fine.. just no display anymore.
Here's the fix. Replace R9501. its on the larger board that is part of the Power Supply. You will have to take the 4 large screws out of the base of the big heavy power supply block to find the resistor. I believe the old resistors is a 1/4 Watt. I replaced it with a 1 Watt so that it can handle the heat of being turned on and off better.
The resistor you will need to buy is 2.0 Ohm. I wouldn't go anything less than a 1/2 Watt and preferably 1 Watt.