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DENON AVR-2802 RECEIVER AMP OVERHEATED AND CUT OUT LEFT FOR A WHILE IT THEN WORKED BUT OVERHEATED AGAIN AND CUT OUT UNPLUGGED UNIT LEFT TO COOL DOWN TRIED AGAIN NEXT DAY WONT WORK JUST REVERTS TO STANDBY WHAT IS LIKELY TO HAVE BEEN DAMAGED
More than likely, you popped an amp channel. My experience is that it is the one closest to the middle of the heat sink.
Take it to an authorized service center, and be prepared for a large bill. Good luck...Rob
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