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I have a 3 year old denon avr-884 that I just pulled out of storage. When it powers up the on/standby light flashes like usual, the relays inside switch on like usual then, before it produces any sound, I hear a click and the on/standby light flashes rapidly and I get no music. Any ideas? I tried disconnecting everything from the unit and switching electrical outlets but the problem remains.

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Hi chris-h2o

Probably not what you wanted to hear, but it sounds like a problem in the amp. May be dry solder joint related from being moved about, or took a knock when being packed away. Check the internals for cracked PCB's and power supply and output stages for dry solder joints. If you are not big on this sort of repair work, then I could help you find someone near to you. :)

If this doesnt solve your problem, or want to talk some more about it, dont rate it yet. Just comment back to this post and we shall investigate further and resolve your problem.:).

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robotek

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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