Question about Pioneer VSX-D514 Receiver
My receiver was turned on and plugged into a surge protector along with my LCD TV. The power went out and everything shut down. A few minutes later when the power returned, I turned the TV back on successfully, but when I tried to power on the receiver, nothing happened. I tried the reset procedure that is in the manual with no success. I looked at and tested the fuses and they are OK. The unit is receiving power as I felt the power surge when attempting to remove the fuses with the power plugged in (by mistake of course).
My receiver was turned on and plugged into a surge protector along with my LCD TV. The power went out and everything shut down.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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