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Receiver won't turn on. All I got is the flashing light.

Receiver was working great for the last 4-5 years. We had a power outage/decrease (lights on but dim). Anyway afterwords all I get is a flashing"Standby". I tried the "press tone button and hit your stand by button and hold for 3 seconds. It didn't work. Any ideas? Appreciate it "TECH MAN"

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Try pushing these buttons at the same timwe for a few seconds:
Advanced Surround + Enter..

'Advaned Surround' will be found in the front panel and 'Return' near the multi-jog dial.


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Mohammed

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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