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Tx 707 reciever will not enable speakers

My son played around with my remote and then turned off the receiver. When I turned the receiver back on, speakers would not turn on. I tried different buttons on the remote and nothing happened. I turned it off and then back on again and the speakers came back on. When I turn the power off and back on again, the speakers do not turn on again. Not sure what is going on?

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