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How do last valid works


Last Valid will use the last valid sound mode for the source selected. If you require further assistance please feel free to email me at askOnkyo@us.onkyo.com or you can call us at 800-229-1687, Thanks, JT

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It is most likely your dish not your receiver. When is the last time the send receive unit was replaced on the dish? It would probably help considerably to clean off the dish as well.

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Check power supply transformer, that could be last thing before deciding to throw it away.

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I want to connect my cable box to my newly bought toshiba plasma


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i have the same problem..did you find a solution?

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You have a problem that was inherent with all Onkyo receivers from this period. You need to contact Onkyo because the microprocessor needs to be replaced. Last I checked, its about $80 from onkyo.

This is NOT an isolated incident as darn near every Onkyo receiver model had this problem.

Good luck...
Rob

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