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I had this "problem" and corrected it by slightly increasing the volume on my receiver. After a bit of tweeking both the volume on the receiver and the output level on the sub everything seems to be okay.

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What is the problem if the stanby indicator flashes red and doesnt fire up?


First disconnect all the speakers.

See if the unit will fire up after disconnecting it from the power for 1 hour or more. If it does you have a short in your speaker wiring.

Check your connections and reconnect if it fires up.

Now refer to page 129 of your manual.

If the unit does not fire up, press VCR/DVD, while keeping it depressed press the on button.

"Clear" should appear in the screen.

If clear does not appear or resetting to default does not allow the unit to fire up, then another Onkyblow has bitten the dust and is fried.

If it fires up after setting back to factory default, then you will have to redo your set up from scratch.

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JVC RX 709V Will not turn on stanby keeps flashing on and off.


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Does the unit shutdown only when you change volume? If you try turning up the volume really slowly, will the unit remain on?

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check settings for this configuration ......if you have a subwoofer in the settings, for best overall results choose subwoofer yes, and set main/center/surrround to small....if no subwoofer set left/right speakers to large and small to center, if there is no loe frequency effect (lfe) going to the subwoofer it will go into standby....hope this hlps ....shia

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