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Denon 2106 Protect Mode (Update)

I didn't check "fixya" as I had paid for the premium service and I was afraid that would indicate the job was complete and terminate our discussions. I think your responses are excellant and what I was looking for. I read that you had experience with Denon and wanted to direct my initial inquiry to you Tech 48. However, the system directed me to a guy in England who tried to help but was not getting to the level I needed. I assume when we pay for premium service that the responder gets some sort of compensation albeit probably not what is deserved. I think the web site is great but wish it had a better way to manuver between responders in the premium service area or I 'm confused. In any case any further notation will be "fixya" for our sessions. Your responses have been top notch. BTY still in Texas? We're up in snowy Colorado.

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Yes, I am in Texas, just moved there from Michigan. Got away from the cold just in time. It's beautiful in Colorado, but just too cold for me.

I had no idea you had paid for a premium service. You contacted me thru the free forum. If you would like for me to get the payment for the premium service, you could contact fixya thru this email ( lauren@fixya.com ) and tell her (Lauren) how you did not get the information you needed from the premium question you asked and would like that credit to go to me. She will know what to do about it. I really don't know how you would go about it. As it stands right now, you will end up paying whoever answered you first unless you gave somebody a FixYa! rating and accepted the solution. Unless you request a refund. Which is what you may need to do. I hate to see some other person get paid for my knowledge. This has happened to me on many occasions. I get contacted thru the free forum to solve a problem they have paid somebody else for. I don't spend a whole lot of time on the site, since almost everything I do on this site is free help.

In the premium questions you should not give anyone anything but a "Thanks for Trying" unless you are satisfied you have received the help you have paid for. I never seen a link to the premium question you paid for, so I never got a chance to answer you there. I am sure that some of the answers you were getting there were very amusing, to say the least. As I told you in my last post, I really am an expert in these receivers and I don't believe there is another expert here with the experience actually repairing them as I have. There is a decent bunch of folks working here, but many are not really the experts they claim to be. It can be a pretty frustrating activity using the premium service because there are so many so called "Experts" that are only in this for the money and try to answer questions they know nothing about. I hope it was not as bad for you as I have seen in many other cases.

Thanks,

Dave (tech48)

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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Your information you need will follow this next paragraph. I just wanted to explain a little about myslef and the site to you first.

Since my information was just what you were looking for, a rating of "FixYa!" would have really been appreciated. A "Helpful" rating is good for some experts here, but it drags my overall rating down. I am sure you did not realize that when you rated my other post. A FixYa! rating is not just for getting a unit fixed, it is also appropriate when you get all the information that would be reasonable to get for your problem. It is rare that any expert here can actually solve a problem that requires some expert troubleshooting skills without ever having the unit in front of them to troubleshoot. So if you have received the best help possible, it is wrothy of a FixYa! rating. Most people who come here for help have no idea how to replace parts, they usuall want a quick fix that requires the pressing of a couple of buttons. 99% of the experts here could never figure out how to fix one of these Denon receivers. I don't want to toot my ownn horn, but I know these receivers as well as Denon knows them. I have been a audio technician for over 18 years and much of that time I have worked at an authorized Denon service center. So I know how to fix these better than most technicians anywhere. Just because I have so many years of experience working on Denons. I am doing this work at FixYa! for free, I don't get paid one red cent for helping you with this very expensive receiver. Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining, I am just reconsidering offering any more help here at this site. The only reward I get for the help I give people for free is a rating, and most people who get the very best information from me don't seem to realise that "Helpful" is really not that good. I guess you could say I feel a little under-appreciated. Well, enouph of my whinning, lets get to your problem.

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