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How to unlock remote for denon rc1170

Hey ,,,i cant get to my set up ,,,it says its locked,,,how do i unlock it ,,,ty

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SOURCE: have a denon rc-921 remote that setup techs

Remove the batteries. Press and release each button. (If you have slide switches, you must move it to each positon and then press and release each button for each of the switches selections.)
Install the batteries and try.

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Denon DRA-37 Receiver-Remote lock on. Need to unlock.

Refer to the "Initialization of the Microprocessor" section of the manual (page 16 of the PDF version of the manual).
1) Turn the unit OFF using the On/Off switch (not the standby switch).
2) Depress both the Speaker A and B switches, and turn the Power ON.
3) The entire display should flash at 1-second intervals. The microprocessor should be reset, and the remote should be unlocked.

Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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