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AV receiver RX-v1200

My unit keeps shutting down will not stay on

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  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2008

    denon avr 1801 goes through the motions then goes straight to stand bye any one got any ideas whats up

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What happens when you turn it back on?? Are there any messages on the display??

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