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My pioneer x-mt2000 was left on standby, somehow therewas a power cut and when power returned it it failed to come back to standby. instead it keeps on blinking the standby light in an effort to resert and can,t respond to remote control

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SOURCE: Pioneer SD-62A5 has red standby light, won't turn on

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SOURCE: My PIONEER PDP-503HDE 50 INCH PLASMA screen won't power up

you guessed right you got a problem with the projector, I always point my finger to Power suppy problems on these sets for about any other problem would mean throw-away or too expensize to fix. good luck

Posted on Sep 01, 2007

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SOURCE: returns to standby

Green flashing 3 times = digital DC - DC converter fault
Red flashing 3 times = scan circuit fault

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SOURCE: Standby/ON keps blinking...Pioneer VSX-D812

JUST PRESS ADVANCED SURROUND & ENTER FOR LIKE 3 SECONDS.. THAT WILL RESET THE SYSTEM CHIP INSIDE.. :)

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