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When I turn the unit on it immediately goes off, I have to cycle through this several times, then finally it stays on.

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I have a onkyo HTR-410 receiver and when you turn it on it immediatley goes off i have looked it up in the trouble shooting guide and it says to contact a service center but i think there has got to be a cheaper solution for the problem

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