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It really depends what and how much burn't up? The only way to find out it to take the top cover off and look inside. A lot of parts in the power supply section can only be replaced by excat parts due to safety reasons. And are you certain it's the power supply that's gone up, and not the POWER AMP section? It could be just one part that started smoking. If any semi-conductor has burnt up, you might not be able to read the code number, in which case you will need the service manual.
SO GET LOOKING INSIDE!
You did not state if your sub is a powered sub or not, but if you use the "B" channel for your sub, it should work. This is possible if the denon will work with "A" channel and 'B" channel on together. The back of the Denon should have two sets of speaker outputs. Connect the "B" channel speaker outputs to the sub. The "A" channel will still drive your 6.5's.
Needs to be reset or fuse blown. Take to repair shop, cover has to be taken off and fuse replaced. You could fix it yourself but the warranty won't be honored. Do it yourself electronic shop should have a replacement fuse, may have to be soldered in place. Repair shop, should cost around $30.00 to $45.00 to fix, price of fuse $4.00 to $6.00. Your choice.
Hi....you may want to check the speaker fuse, located on the rear of the unit.. sometimes too small wattage speakers get hooked up and the speaker fuse will blow as to not hurt the speakers. Hope this helps. Squipps