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Aiwa Home Theatre Receiver

My receiver is not coming on. There is a red ligt to indicate power but the unit is not coming on.

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Same problem here...I determined that if you unplug the receiver for a few hours, it will work again for a week or so.  Someone else on this website said that it had something to do with the power relay switch:

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