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Display gone, no longer functioning

When I turn it on the power blinks green and finally after about 5 seconds is a constant green. The display never comes up and there is no sound passing through it.

It was working fine and I worry I may have fried it.

Anybody know what to do?

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  • pennmjd Jan 01, 2009

    My AVR-2807 shut down last night as well. It seems to have over heated. Had both zones running at the time. I get the same green color the switch.

  • brooksknight Jan 02, 2009

    I opened it up and a fuse was blown, not sure if that's the problem but I'm gonna replace that today

  • galacticeyes Apr 09, 2009

    I have the same problem with my standby light flashing green and there is also a relay inside that constantly clicks. Any ideas?

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Green light but no display- most likely main transformer is gone (60%), 35%- blown main fuse, 5%- bad display or power supply. You are lucky if unit is still under warranty. Solution- repair shop.

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Try disconnecting all the speakers and then turn unit on. The blinking green is a speaker protection warning. I tried this and the re boot and still will not work. It appears to be a power issue.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

  • pennmjd Jan 07, 2009

    Did the fuse work. I live near the Denon Center in NJ and dropped mine off today. It is still under the warranty

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Look at page 42 of your manual to rest the microprocessor. Power off the unit then hold down the "Pure Direct" and "Night" button simultaneously the press the power button. This will start a unit reset. Victor

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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