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Denon AVR 1610 has suddenly gone off with no display on front panel or on the monitor.The green standby button flashes green 8 times and becomes steady but no output or display.Tried factory reset pro

Units connected to avr are ps3 thru hdmi,DVD thru component video,sat thru hdmi.all connections checked individually no faults.

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  • Jimmy Joseph
    Jimmy Joseph Dec 31, 2013

    The unit was working fine till recently.The main problem seems to be with the receiver as the front panel itself does not display anything and no out put thru any of the units.

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