Question about Denon AVR-2106 Receiver
Hi amy, Your vivid description of the problem confirms that the protect circuit is cutting off the amp on detection of a high current drain. The possible fault is the failure of the Audio Power Output Mosfets. You will need to remove the mother board to test the stage and confirm to replace one of the stages.
The second possibility is that the protect circuit by itselff could be defective and cause a faulty bias to trigger the cut off. This must be checked by a stage by stage Voltage check.
Since the removal of the mother board requires some experience so as not to tamper the set , you must decide on the course of action.
The other option I can suggest is to call up the Denon call centre and check up the nearrest service centre, send and receive the set to them by courier after confirming the fault and estimated costs. If this justifies then it must be thought of.
I am sure you can search for one as I am not sure the place of your residence... try a search on the web for Denon service support with your location/city.
I hope my advice helps but please open the cover to have a look inside for visible damages.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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