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Denon DN-951FA Comes up with error code 37-65 when switched on. Wont rotate. But have replaced the laser, still no good. The track selector works and so does the stop start (I thnk). Can you help ?

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Push your "track selector knob" IN towards the unit and hold it in while pressing and releasing your STDBY/CUE button. This resets the microprocessor (kinda like rebooting) the unit. If you want to speak to me further about your 951fa, email me at chris at cueblip dot com Thanks!

Posted on May 06, 2007

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