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Hallo, all function works,but no signal and levels dont work.... I try cd,tape,tuner...but not is hapening. Please help

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  • bozilovic_de Oct 08, 2010

    help,hekp,help...........

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    Attila Jmbor Mar 17, 2014

    Detto :( HELP ANYBODY???

  • Attila Jmbor
    Attila Jmbor Mar 17, 2014

    all function work, but no level, no signal, no picture,demo ok!

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SOURCE: PROTECT Mode issue

Well let us start here ok one of my speakers blew the woofer blew out on my infinity speaker on the right side. Your amp will protect itself from being overloaded on one side of the power amp. This is what happened to me. So you should check your connections also this may also pose a problem. Make sure your speakers got 4 ohm or 8 ohm speakers switch dialed correctly on the rear of your power amp. check your ohm rating on your speakers also with a volt meter on your ohm setting which is very important which can damage your power amp if it is set wrong. You all have a great holliday season hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Function Selector Bypasses Input Sources

Hopefully this post isn't too late... That receiver has the ability to disable certain inputs. The easiest thing to try is to do a factory reset.
1. Turn off the receiver
2. Hold down DISPLAY and PANEL UP/DOWN buttons and press power.
3. All Clear should appear on the screen.

Unfortunately, this clears out all of the other settings on your unit. It should, however, re-enable the inputs.

Let me know if this helps!

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SOURCE: only the tuner will work, other functions will not

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SOURCE: All systems function correctly but

Have you looked at the manual?

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