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Denon AVR 1506

I own a Denon AVR 1506, I had it blasting for extended amount of time and now my front panel looks dead but all fuses are good also there is no sounds coming out from all speakers. I was just wondering on how to reset it. Any input will be greatly appreciated.

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  • Dexfeezy Feb 09, 2009


    lynchms, There is no PCM nor Auto button only LED but pressing Input mode switches to PCM, Auto or DTS. Is there any other way to reset.

    Thanks in advance!

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Try this, turn off the unit and remove the AC power cord from the electrical outlet, Hold the AUTO button and PCM button and plug the unit back into the electrical outlet, if the display starts flashing with 1 second intervals then release the 2 buttons, this initialized the microprocessor

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

  • Mike Lynch
    Mike Lynch Feb 09, 2009

    Yes you can turn off the power switch, then press both A & B speaker button and keep them depressed while you turn on the units main power button, this initilized the microprocessor, theLED should flash.

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