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Over heated after the unit had been on all day, i noticed that somebody put some books and papers ontop of it ( covering the cooling vents ). i could smell something burning. now when i turn it on the stand by button/lightflashes 5-6 times then clicks and just flashes red. please advise.

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  • davezilla Jun 10, 2008

    no warranty. i was expecting to simply replace a part.

  • davezilla Jun 10, 2008

    would there be a logical place to start? assuming that it did overheat, would this be obviuos by just looking at it?

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The manual warns not to put books on it, do you have warranty?
It might not be covered by the warranty.

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Is this unit still under warranty?

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0 Set up a place with paper towels laid down for obvious reasons.
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5 Carefully tip the receiver on it's side making sure it will support itself in this position.
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8 Take you time to do a good job. Don't rush.
9 If there are components that are under a grill internally, remove the grill to clean, if possible.
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1. Unplug and flip upside down and use canned or compressed air and clean it out. Remove chasis if necessary, BUT, do not touch anything with your hands!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The capacitors inside will hold LLLAAARRRGGGEEE amounts of electricity and can electricute you even while unplugged from an outlet. Just spray it out with the air

If that doesn't work....

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This is usually a heat problem. The more volume you ask of an amplifier, the greater the current (electrical) draw, the more current draw the more heat is generated. This is true of ALL electrical/electronic items.

As you describe it, the fuse is not blowing (stays on) so my choice would be a chip heating up and then shutting down. If that's the case (99% probabilty). The only other reason would be if the unit has an overload switch inside, it would react this way. Either way it's still a heat problem and truthfully nothing you can do.

Try this first though:

Is the Denon dusty inside? Dust can create 2 problems-heat and static electricity. Look through any vents you can get at. If the area around the unit is dusty chances are it is dusty inside. The best way to get the dust out is using a can of compressed air unless of course your vacum cleaner has a "blow" port.

In my shop, when heat is supected I use a can of freon th cool down chips, etc to isolate the component. This is not for a "layman" and strongly suggest bringing it into a shop.

One more question. If the unit using a knob for volume-do you hear a scrating noise when you hit the no volume zone? What happens if you go past the point quickly? I ask because sometimes there can be a bad spot on the volume. The volume knob is basically a circular resistor, whether digital or analog so this is a vague possibility (the other 1%).

If you e-mail me the serial number I can check with the Denon engineering department to see if there are any design problems as it may be a covered repair. It never hurts to ask.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news

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