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disconnect all connections cycle power if the power stays on reconnect equipment one at a time cycling power after each peice reconnected. If the power goes back to stand by with nothing connected the reciever needs repair
Your receiver is going into protection. The first thing to do is disconnect all speakers at the receiver. Unplug the power cord, then let it set for 30 seconds. Plug it back in and power it on. If it stays on, you have either a wire shorting out at the back of the receiver, something that has pierced the speaker wire en-route to the speaker, a wire touching the other at the speaker or a blown speaker.
Speaker wires should only be trimmed about 1/2" bare at the terminal and make sure you twist the braid so it does not fray. Then connect speakers one at a time, testing the receiver power each time until it either shorts and cuts out, or, you have solved the problem. Hope this helps. If you need more help, post a comment and I can help you some more
Hope your under warranty mate and if so hope its not in Australia as they cannot fix this problem. My denon was allegedly fixed twice but has now failed a third time (just out of warranty) and denon have turned their back on me. SHAME ON YOU DENON.