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Onkyo HT-SR800 won't turn on

My Onkyo HT-SR800 has gone dead. One night the standby switch starting blinking and the unit would immediately power off when I tried to turn it on. I unplugged it per troubleshooting guide and when I plugged it back in no power at all. Standby light is off. Any suggestions.

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If you call Onkyo directly, 201-785-2600, there is a procedure to "reset" the system, something like holding the power button on and holding down another button for a few seconds. Can't remember which, so I can't be sure, but try giving them a call.

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