Question about Denon AVR-2807 Receiver
I have a AVR2807 receiver hooked up to 5 speakers in zone 1 and 3 in zone 2 (two outside and one in bedroom). When I increase the volume while watching DVD, the power cuts off and I get the blinking light on front. I can watch the DVD upto certain volume.
I have tried removing the third speaker (bedroom) from zone 2. I also notice that even though the receiver is in well ventilated shelf, it is unusually hot.
This does not happend for any other source like Tuner or TV ONLY DVD does it..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To reboot, turn receiver off by the small on/off button, not the big standby button. While off press the night and pure direct button at the same time and keep holding them with your right hand while pressing the small on/off button with your left. You will see your receiver menu flash. When you see it flash let go of the night and pure direct button and the receiver will reset it self to the radio station 87.50. The receiver's microprocessor has now been set back to factory. Enjoy this info is straight from Denon's Tech support. I had to do this on mine
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
You may have leaky Caps in the power supply or else dry joints on the amplifier section. Faulty speakers or overdriving of the system may result in the amp going into protection. Good Luck, Jus004
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
I have the denon as well two zones. 5 speakers inside and 2 speakers outside- can you play both zones at once? meaning can i watch tv in the 5 zone area inside. And play my IPOD in the outside speakers at the same time? PLEASE HELP! thx
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
You may be able to unplug the unit. Then turn it back on while pressing two buttons on the front of the unit. You will have to find out which two buttons they are, it can't just be any two. What you will be doing to the unit is resetting the micoprossing of the unit. When you do this the unit will flash, reset itself, you the release the buttons and your good as new. I have done this with a couple different reciever and it is a easy fix.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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