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Why do i have to power on and off many times before my denon receiver connects?

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If it does that, It is called the protect mode, There is a internal problem with the amp, Will have to be taken in for repair,

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Absolutely!
Keyword(Read the instruction and follow it step-by-step.) Well,if you do,you wouldn't be asking for help,cause you want a 50+ pages Denon manual instruction to be concise to few paragraphs so you could move on with your life-:o)
Okay.only this time!
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