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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Followup on higlider's problem. Now it has to be turned on ten times before it stays on. Email from Harman Kardon only suggests taking it to an authorized repair shop. It is clear that it is not from speaker short or overheating, because it only happens when the rcvr is cold.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
SOURCE: When I go to power
Depending on your ablilities there might be a quick fix. It sounds like the contacts in your on/off switch are either corroded or worn out due to heat. Ensure the unit is unplugged from any electrical source. By opening up the unit you will have to detach the on/off switch, and by bending the prongs carefully, open the casing up. Clean all internal part using contact cleaner. If the contacts are worn or corroded, you can try replacing or what I did was added some solder to the contacts and put the unit back together reversing my steps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
It will only display via component. Your HDMI firmware is either 1.1 or 1.2 and has HDCP issues (High Definition Copyright Protection) it's a firmware problem that has been fixed on all new receivers, not just a HK issue, all receivers! the new version 1.3a and 1.3b have fixed the issue. Unfortunately you cannot update the firmware on the receiver. Hope this explains it for you, sorry! Lot's of angry people out there!!! myself included.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Yes, although it (AVR) does not support HDMI only component video.
Connect the audio to the receiver and the video directly to the TV if you have inadequate video inputs, or want to take advantage of the HDMI.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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I believe it is actually a memory capacitor that has to be replaced. It is soldered directly into the board and requires quite a bit of know-how to replace.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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