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Set up i just got a denon avr 3802 - i can not get the on screen set up to work - also my sub produces no sound and it reads no back speakers but they are hooked up - ANY HELP

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  • mrnathan Apr 20, 2009

    Same problem... the manual is pretty vague. I've attached the monitor out to the TV, but when navigating to the correct AV channel I just have a blank scree ... when I hit the 'setup' button I get nothing on the TV ... don't really know where to go from here. The guys answer on this page is completely incomprehensible ... any help?

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You don't need to fake it with a VCR - on the back left side near the bottom there is a Monitor section with an RCA connection and an S-Video connection. Connect one of these to an input connection on your tv and switch your tv to show that input. Select the AMP setting of your remote and press Setup.

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I just fixed the issue with no on screen display. You must have an S Video connection between the TV and the AVR-3802. Get an S Video cable and attach it on a device like a VCR and the S Video connection on your TV. Then press the display button on your remote and it should show up on the screen. Make sure that the device you are attaching the S Video cable is able to display on the screen. In other words if it is a VCR, adjust it like you were about to play a tape. Hope this helps. It worked for me

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Http://www.retrevo.com/s/Denon-AVR-3802-Receivers-review-manual/id/363ag822/t/1-2/.
please make speaker setup again---and make intialization to microprocessors acording to manual above and also set your screen on.

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