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Avr receiver i have an denon avr 1601 receiver.it powers on and imediately powers of what can be the solution.thanks very much ps:ineed aowners manual for the receiver were can i find it?

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  • oldskoolpro1 Nov 22, 2007

    yep, same prob

  • Haapy Yogy Jan 02, 2008

    i have an denon avr 1601 receiver.it powers on and imediately powers off

    >>> I found out problem and fix mine >>>> at the power supply area they have 4 resistors 1.00 Ohm 1/4 watt .....Location r141 r142 r148 and r149 (R148 and R149) burn out >>>> good luck to all of you

  • chukg9 Jan 05, 2008

    i turn ot on and the n when the display changes to receiver the unit turns off

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I had same problem with my denon avr 1601.I have fixed it by myself by favour of Haapy Yogy. Thank you.

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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More than likely audio o/p problem.could be speaker problem,dissconnect speakers and try to power on if still no go it is job for technician.If it works one of your speakers has a short on it,good luck

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Check for the crack solder and resold or try replace the regulator

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Hey does anyone have a diagram on the board 141 and 142 are? im having trouble finding them.. i found 148 though :)

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  • menasan Oct 05, 2009

    i replaced the resistors suggestions by happy yoga with 1 watt flameproof .22 ohms 2% resistors.. didnt fix the problem :(

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