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Vsx 515 wont power on

Was connected to surge board. went to turn on recently nothing!
removed cover checked fuse its not blown
at a loss as to whats happened

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If its less then a year old, take the unit with the bill of sale to an authorized repair depot. Most recivers like this have a 1 to 2 year warranty

Posted on Sep 12, 2006

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My receiver was turned on and plugged into a surge protector along with my LCD TV. The power went out and everything shut down.

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Our VSX-515-S quit suddenly while playing when it was turned up quite loud. The power would not come back on. I disconnected it, and opened it up. No fuses were blown, but there was no voltage in the power supply. When I pressed the on button, I could hear a very faint click, but no power. I even took some parts out and replaced them.

I went on line and bought a service manual download for $7.95.

Within 5 minutes, I found where the service manual said if there was a DC overload, the power would cut off. To reset, press the ENTER + ADVANCED SURROUND key simultaneously and hold for 3 seconds.

I did this and the power came back on. It even remembered the last FM station it was tuned to. Problem s.olved

Posted on Dec 06, 2010

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