You may have a problem in the primary stage in your Power supply !! Unhook everything that is attached to it .... make sure the power plug is in good shape and you have the right amout of ac at the plug and good grounding ... then then try turning it on again ....
Does it stay on ??
if not .. there is something wrong probably in the primary stage of the Power Supply ... could be a bridge or something like that
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Using 1056B03 universal remote from Time Warner. Several codes actually will turn the unit off and allow volume control. Or..I can turn on and volume control. Can't do both. I tried to use the receiver codes in the vcr mode, but the remote rejects receiver codes (i.e. only accepts vcr codes).
The title of your question reads "I have a AV receiver RX-V440 Yamaha..." yet you say you are using the manual of an RX 1020L. I will try to provide a suitable answer for both receivers.
First, a "MON" connections on an amplifier or switching unit is normally used as a line level OUTPUT from the amplifier or switch. Line level outputs are sent to RCA connectors on other TVs or amplifiers (or switches).
"MON" should not be wired directly to the OUTPUT of anything trying to "playback". It should be connected only to things that can record or allow you to see or hear what the amplifier is outputing.
Now to answer your question:
The RX-V440 is a 6.1 channel Home Theater Receiver. If you stand behind the receiver and look at the left hand side, you will see 12 RCA connectors (2 L/R by 6 high). The top 2 connectors are labeled "CD". The next set of 2 connectors are labeled "IN/(PLAY)". The third set down from the top are labeled "OUT/(REC)".
You can connect the reel-to-reel output to either CD or IN. If the reel-to-reel has a selector switch, set it to "Output" and not "Monitor". If the reel-to-reel has volume controls, set them such that music causes can be heard when you select CD or IN on the RX-V440.
The RX 1020L is also a multi-channel receiver. If you stand behind the receiver and look at the left hand side near the center (top to bottom) of the receiver, you will see RCA connectors labeled "AUDIO 1" through "AUDIO 4".
You can connect the reel-to-reel output to either of these. The primary purpose for "AUDIO 3" and "AUDIO 4" is to allow you to hear component video input AV1 and AV2. If the reel-to-reel has a selector switch, set it to "Output" and not "Monitor". If the reel-to-reel has volume controls, set them such that music causes can be heard when you select one of the "AUDIO 1", "AUDIO 2" or whatever on the RX 1020L receiver.
I had the same problem with HDMI input to the RX-V373 from a DirecTV receiver. The RX-V373 volume display and menus on the screen are HD only, which forces the monitor to switch modes when viewing SD.
My solution was to turn off 480i and 480p signals from the DirecTV receiver, and also turn off its native output. The DirecTV receiver then upconverts SD signals to HD. Changing RX-V373 volume then doesn't affect monitor video mode.