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Cannot get the receiver to go off red to green/ from stand-by to on. I plugged it in after i hooked it up and it worked for a few minutes then shut off and now it will not go on again. It just stays in standby.

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Do u have a user's manual? Does the clock show when first come on? If does adjust the time then hit enter, and the clock will go off and the system will go off, then u turn back on then is programmed. U can download a manual on www.aiwausa.com.

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Its a setting that you need to reset
its the power saver feature

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