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My Insignia NS-R2000 Stereo Receiver will no longer come out of standby mode. It has been working fine for nearly two years and now, upon turning it on, it simply waits a few seconds and then goes back to standby mode. I tried unplugging and replugging it back in, checking all my wiring and well as simply unplugging all my speakers to see if there was a short in either them or the wiring but am still unable to power it on. If there is any way to fix this without resorting to an electronics repair store I would be ever so grateful. Sincerely -Cole.

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