System shuts off when volume reaches -21. I can turn off system and turn back on and it works as long as I don't crank the volume up. I have never had this problem before. I just moved to a new address and had to re set up all the equipment.
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I had the same problem. Unfortunately Denon no longer mfgs. the remote for this receiver,
their solution is to offer a remote for a "similar" model. Problem is it doesn't work on all the
functions for the AVR-3802. My solution was to purchase an aftermarket universal remote
(Logitec Harmony 550 in my case}. The cost was a little less (approx. $90) vs. the price
quoted by Denon (somewhere around $120), and it works on all the functions.
I don't know if a budget priced remote (All-in-one, etc.) would be able to do th same.
There are several different programmable remotes on the market that should do the trick,
Logitec just happens to be one of them.
1-speaker terminal are short circuit-turn power off and connect speaker terminal properly.
2-ventilation holes are closed--turn it off and make good ventilation around and leave it to cool down and then turn it on.
3-the unit is operating in high power condition turn it off and leave it to cool down and then turn it on.
You don't need to fake it with a VCR - on the back left side near the bottom there is a Monitor section with an RCA connection and an S-Video connection. Connect one of these to an input connection on your tv and switch your tv to show that input. Select the AMP setting of your remote and press Setup.