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Can't get the Denon AVR-1707 to switch to zone 2. Had worked in the past, but has now stopped.

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  • jdutton401 Apr 30, 2010

    There doesn't appear to be solution that addresses my problem. Also, the microprocessor reset procedure of holding both the A and B speaker buttons down while powering the unit up does not appear to be having any effect either. Still no zone 2.

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Hi,

You can try a master reset.

Press and hold BOTH A and B speaker selectors on the front panel. At the SAME time, Press the Power button on the front panel. The front panel display will flash once every second. When it does, release the buttons. This will reset your receiver to the factory settings. It will now act like it was just connected for the first time. You will need to reprogram your settings but this will reset the microprocessor which controls the receiver, including the speaker relays internally which disconnect when there is a power fault.

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