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Avr 3300 many thanks for that, i was playing with the amp last night and unplugged it from the mains, i left it for about 10 mins, plugged it back in and it worked fine. i suspect it gave it enough chance to cool down?. i will find my local denon dealer and get them sort it out,as it is a shame to just throw it away if it can be fixed.

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Sounds right. Yes it is a shame because it is one of the nicest sounding home theatre receivers. Especially in good old 2 ch stereo. Which is a true test of the basic design of an amplifier. If it sounds good after you strip away all the bells and whistles, then you have a nice house on a solid foundation. Otherwise you have a nice house built on sand. ....good luck and I know the dealer can sort it out properly. ....Rob

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