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My denon RCA 916 will not adjust volume to denon receiver. Batteries are good. I adjusted volume than later went to adjust again , but nothing happens. Must have hit something on remote

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My suggestion would be to not ask this site for advise.
In my opinion, this is the worst site for actually addressing any problems involving any electronic device.
It is easier to just call Denon support and ask them how to fix the problem.
Your remote probably just needs to be reset, and they will tell you exactly how to do it.
Better still you'll actually be able to talk to a live person that is familiar with your product.
These guys that run this website are really only interested in the fact that you might click on an advertisement, that's why there is so many of them on the page.
I have never once received any advise from this site that has actually been correct.
These guys have actually made the problem worse.
I had to reset my entire Toshiba remote because of the advise I received from this site.
That meant pressing and holding each individual button on the remote for 2 secs each just to get it back to the original problem.
Never ask the so called experts on this site anything because they are self proclaimed experts and are probably not familiar with your device even though they claim to be.
This website should be shut down for misrepresentation.
It only pops up first on search engines because they pay to have it be that way.
If you absolutely cannot find the information your looking for and calling the service and support center for your device doesn't work, I suggest just returning the product to where you bought it or buying a new one before trying any advice on this website.

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Hi, I went to the Denon website and they have no documentation there for your receiver.
But do not frown, I have some good suggestions for you.
0 Don't beat the dog. After all, it's their job to chew things.
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2 A stereo "Y" connector that that has a single stereo male mini-phone jack that has two "RCA" female jacks.
3 A simple RCA male to male stereo cable pair as is commonly used to connect CD players, etc. i.e. separate red and white RCA connectors at both ends.
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If it all works out, give the dog a treat and enjoy yourself.
I really hope this helps, I love my sub woofer as well.
Let me know how this turns out.
If you have any questions please post them on the site and I'll get back to you ASAP.
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The receiver has to know about the sub and be configured to send some, if not all, bass t o it, then the levels have to be adjusted.

The manual for the avr791 is here:

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Denon-AVR-791-Receivers-manual/id/23693ag505/t/2/

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