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My reciever gets no power. will not turn on

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  3. A new aggregate device appears in the list on the left side of the window. To rename the device, double-click it:
  4. With the new aggregate device selected, enable the checkbox labeled "Use" on the left side of the Audio Devices window. Do this for each device you want to include in the aggregate device. The order in which you check the boxes determines the order of the inputs and outputs in applications like Logic and MainStage. For example, the first box you checked will be inputs one and two, the second box checked will be three and four, and so on.
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1. Press and hold the button to put the receiver in "Pairing/Connecting" mode. You should see a red and blue light flashing in rapid succession somewhere on the receiver.
2. Turn on Bluetooth on the device you want to connect with the receiver and tap on Scan. The device will start scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see that it detected a device with a name similar to the receiver's name, tap on the name to pair with the device. If you are asked for a passcode/passkey, enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes). If the two pair, the light on the receiver will turn to a steady blue and you will see 'Connect' on the device. The two are now paired.Tap on Connect and then you will see Connected on the device. Your device and the receiver are now connected.

The steps above should be detailed in the set up guide that came with the receiver. There may even be a passkey/code provided in the guide. Use that one for pairing instead of the passkey I suggested above. Please note that pairing is a one-time procedure, required only the first time you are connecting the device to the receiver, a "get to know you" process. After that, you just need to connect the two.

I am assuming that you have already hooked up speakers to the receiver. Start playing music from your device and enjoy listening to it through the receiver's speakers !

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THe problem is with the variable resistor present behind your volume control knob, try replacing the volume controls variable resistor, this must work fine... this is a common prblem for all the music equipment that has knob control for the volume....

This resistor can be replaced with your product warranty, contact your seller for the details regarding warranty...No need to woory about this, this is a sommon problem for most of recievers


ENJOY! RATE THIS SOLUTION
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Pull the Tuner unit out. Get some "DE-OXIT" D-5 @ Guitar center. With the power OFF and the plug pulled out from the wall, spray the De-Oxit into all the pots', and switch contacts. Rotate all the pots 50 or more times, then cycle each switch the same.

This will clean most all of the oxidation that has accumulated on the switch and pot wipers and ensure a clean contact. This may or may not rectify your problem but WILL Eliminate dirty contacts from the troubleshooting list. Also with the unit being OVER 40 years old, the capacitors will more than likely (>90%) be dried out and causing drop outs, opens and shorts in the circuits.

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