Question about Denon Avr-1610: 5.1 Ch A/V Home Theater Receiver For 220 Volts-14336

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No power output or display.green standby light flashes.

My avr 1610 was working fine but suddenly the display as well as out put from the unit went off.when power on the green standby light flashes 8 times then becomes steady.tried factory reset procedure but only the blue had display on front panel flashes.no other display comes on the unit or the monitor.ps3,DVD,sat all function when directly connected to TV.No output or display but green light on standby button flashes and remain steady.

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  • jason Dec 31, 2013

    Hi Jimmy Joseph, This is an internal component failure and the protection circuit is stopping power up. Meter testing will need to be done to determine the cause

  • Jimmy Joseph
    Jimmy Joseph Dec 31, 2013

    Thanks for the tip.I just wanted to confirm that this did not happen due to some external faults like speaker wire shorting etc.If it is a confirmed internal fault then probably I need professional help.It was because the standby light was flashing in green instead of red which is the normal case when protection circuit is active which has got me wondering.can you confirm also the green light flashes 8 times before becoming steady as if it's a fault code for a specific type of failure which you find in many other devices.Thanks and please confirm if you can.

  • jason Dec 31, 2013

    What is the time in between flashes ? .5 sec , 2sec. ?

  • Jimmy Joseph
    Jimmy Joseph Dec 31, 2013

    Time between flashes is more like 1 sec.

  • jason Dec 31, 2013

    Disconnect all connections , unplug the power cord and wait a while before plugging in the power cord to test for "power up"
    the protect circuit your thinking of has to do with the amp(speaker wires crossing or to high of resistance in the speaker) , the protection circuit for the power is different

  • Jimmy Joseph
    Jimmy Joseph Dec 31, 2013

    Tried that .no luck.

  • jason Jan 02, 2014

    An electronic tech. will need to meter test the unit

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Sounds like either a blown mainpower fuse or the thermal fuse for the power transformer. If the protect circuit was kicking in, the display would light up, but then turn off with a red blinking light. the green light with no display means the transformer is not getting power.

Posted on Dec 31, 2013

Testimonial: "I got it checked by a tech and it was confirmed that the tranformer primary winding is open circuit probably due to the thermal fuse.main fuse is ok.Is there any means of resetting the thermal fuse or the only option is to replace the transformer as the whole unit seems to be sealed.some advice in this regard is appreciated.The output circuit integrity was checked and found ok.The problem has been isolated to the input circuit to the transformer.your advice has been helpul to reach this conclusion and thanks a ton."

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  • Jimmy Joseph
    Jimmy Joseph Jan 24, 2014

    got it checked by a tech and it was confirmed that the tranformer primary winding is open circuit probably due to the thermal fuse.main fuse is ok.Is there any means of resetting the thermal fuse or the only option is to replace the transformer as the whole unit seems to be sealed.some advice in this regard is appreciated.The output circuit integrity was checked and found ok.The problem has been isolated to the input circuit to the transformer.your advice has been helpul to reach this conclusion

  • Steve K Jan 27, 2014

    The thermal fuse is buried inside of the transformer and is not replaceable by itself. You have to replace the entire transformer.

  • Eric Sustaita
    Eric Sustaita Feb 05, 2015

    Would you happen to know where I could buy a transformer for a Denon AVR 1312?

  • Steve K Feb 06, 2015

    You can find one at partsearch.com p/n: 943101009640D for a USA model

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To reset with the unit OFF but plugged in, press and hold the speaker A and B buttons and while still holding them press the POWER button. Continue to hold the speaker buttons for another 1 to 2 second.The display should all light up and flash at 1-second intervals. If not flashing, try again.

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