My receiver power button wouldn't turn on last night, the little red stand by botton was on. It is connected to a power strip, so I turned it off and then back on-The receiver came on but now when you push the botton to turn it off-it won't go off-Any suggestions????
I turned the amp off to tighten the centre channel speaker leads. Tilting the unit over turned the power button ON and I caused a 'sparkie' from the positive terminal to the chassis. The two internal fuses are still intact but all I can get is the little red led on turn on. I cant get the unit to operate. After 24 hours it is still the same. I can detect no 'smokies' anywhere inside and there is no smell at all..
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Well - you may have. BUT try this. Turn the volume all the way down, disconnect the speakers, and power it up. If it comes up OK, you've got a fried speaker (or bad wiring). If not - yep, you fried it.
these a couple things you can try to reset,if resetting dont work you will have a amp problem.Try pushing and holding down these 3 buttons s.speaker b and att and exit buttons for at least 3 sec or more.should reset.If not also try pushing and holding down mult speaker and exit and att buttons together for at least 3 or more seconds.if still shuts down you will have shorted transistors inside of unit.
Did you recently move any speakers around or any items near the speaker wire connections? It sounds like you may have a speaker wire shorting which is causing the receiver to go into "auto protect" mode. Check all of the speaker wire connections on the back of the receiver and at all of the speakers to make sure the wires are not touching or close enough to possibly touch.
Protection circuit turns off the unit because of critical conditions- wrong power supply voltages or one of the power amplifier channels is bad. First, visual inspect the power amp board near the heat sink for burned resistors, test outputs for a short. If there are no problem you may try to turn the unit on and you have several second before it shuts down to check power supply voltages and power amp output voltages and bias, then ... Long story you'd better take it to a repair shop or repair at ebcelectronics.com
What **** installed the dimmer? Sorry you said not to ask.
No power and no stand-by light, it may need a stand-by power transformer or the main micro.
If the stand-by light is on and the receiver clicks when you push the power button it may only need a fuse. Make sure you replace with a fast acting fuse of the same rating for current (amps). NOT WITH A SLOW BLOW FUSE!!!
If it blows again there is somthing shorted and it needs service.
Try unplugging the entire unit and letting it sit for 5 minutes. See if this helps. If not, you need to do a complete reboot, which will cause you to lose your settings, but will probably solve your problem. To do a complete reboot, you will need to hold down two of the front bottons on the front panel. I'm not sure which, so either consult your manual or see other posts here which describe the reboot process for Denons. Hope this helps.