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I have a denon AVR-1604. It was working fine but started to hear a relay clicking on and off as it was playing. Now when i try to turn it on from standby i hear the relay click as i turn it on with the remote but then it drops out after about 3 seconds. Also the main display doesnt come on at all aswell now

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The noise is the speaker protection switch ( reset relay) disconnect all speakers see if it stops if so then conect speakers 1 by 1 untill you find the crossed speaker could just be a crossed wire best of luck


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