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I have a Denon (receiver) DRA-825ra that has this issue: It powers on and you hear the first click sound right away, but the second click sound after five seconds does not activate. Can you help me identify the problem? Thanks!

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SOURCE: No sound to speakers with power on

OK. That tells me that the output section is good. This may sound silly, but check to be sure that the tape monitor switch is not on.

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SOURCE: I have a Denon (receiver) DRA-825ra that has this issue: It powers on and you hear the first click sound right away, but the second click sound after five seconds does not activate. Can you help me i

Try plugging in headphones to the headphone jack, then take the plug out. Some models of Denon receivers had faulty headphone jacks in them that caused the unit to think there were headphones plugged in even when there wasn't.

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