Question about Denon AVR-2307Ci Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace all the electrolytic capacitors in the power supply. i had the
exact same problem with mine and once i replaced the capacitors it
powered up and stayed on and worked perfect.
these capacitors tend to fail as they're of poor quality.
this fault is very common on denon receivers, especially the later models.
hope this helps?
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
SOURCE: the receiver turns off 2
have you got all the wires wired in correctly.have you extended your speaker cables and not insulated them(wires could be touching each other).maybe a blown fuse inside.although i think if it were a fuse,it probably wouldnt light up at all.my experience with my system is that if i wire up something wrong,the power button light which is a green light,will change to red to let me know something is not right.(its warning me before i blow something up)!!yours might be doing the same thing only flickering to let you know somethings wrong.If none of this helps then you should send it in for repair.Dont be afraid to open your system and look for a glass fuse(s) about 20mm long.if you find one and its blown,then you are lucky.a blown fuse is better than a blown system
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
There is a good chance you have a faulty capacitor. There are lots electronic devices out there right now that are failing to power up or just shutting down on there own these days. Turns out many manufacturers of electronic boards installed faulty caps in their products.
I hate to say it but that sounds like the problem to me.
1. Have it fixed by a professional
2. Open it up, Inspect the power board for bulged/leaking caps. If you find some you know you have found a problem. Replace the board.
3. Replace individual caps that are faulty. This takes a few soldering skills but can save you $$$$$$
Caps are very inexpensive and can be found at your local electronics store or online.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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