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Denon DRA-275R I have owned this receiver for many years and really like its sound and all its features, esp. the phono input which is missing from so many receivers these days. Anyway, it was working great until recently when I went to turn it on, and it did not turn on. what are some things to look at to find out how to fix it?

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Check the power supply board, near to where you hook up power, see if it has a fuse

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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    Ginko Aug 01, 2008

    If you are in UK check also the addition fuse on the power plug.

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Listen for a relay clicking inside. It you hear it but get no power, it is a problem with the relay. If there is no click, it is probably the power supply.

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