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Onkyo sr606 unable to select speaker setup in the menu screens?

Setting up a new set of speakers and want to adjust the dB of a single speaker but the menu for speaker adjustment isn't lit up to be selected, any thoughts why??

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Sometimes, the memory of the receiver will act abnormally.. what you need to do is return the unit back to factory settings. To do that, press and hold vcr/dvr button and while holding it, press the standby/on button. You will see the word clear. It would reactivate your settings. ^_^

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