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Multizone volume level is low

I have a Denon 3806 reciever and am running the rest of the house off zone 2. For some reason, my volume levels are considerably lower than they used to be when I first hooked it up. Did I loose power from my amp? Could it be something to do with the volume controls in the other rooms? I have gone through the setup and turned the volume limit off, but it still didnt help.

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Try switching the remote to operate zone 2 and turn the zone 2 volume level up higher

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It looks like your receiver's high-speed protection circuit is being activated. It is definitively not a fuse. When a fuse pops, you have to physically replace it. When the protection circuit is activated, the speaker output is cut off and the power supply indicator flashes. There are a few reasons why this happens:

1.- Your speaker wire connections are loose. Whether they are banana plugs or bare wire ends, make sure the speaker terminals on the back of your receiver are tight using clockwise turning.
2.- Verify that your speakers have an impedance between 6 and 16 ohms. Your receiver was designed to work with that impedance range. Any impedance lower than 6 ohms will activate the protection circuitry.
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If after complying with these suggestions, problem is still present, you might need to have the unit checked by a professional for possible circuit failure.
Hope this helps. Let me know.

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