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This is an error message which indicates that there is a hardware error on the circuit and needs correction and replacement before the feedback will reset the processor.
So you will need to disconnect the drive sections and see if the error message changes. If not there are shorting within the main board and needs a confirmation by elimination and voltage checking.
could be your receiver only, it has tripped due to discrepancy on the output stage of your amp. that cracking sound in one of your speakers could have caused the trouble. it is possibly shorted. but in your case it could have damaged already the amp that;s why it would not turn on. normally it will first trip, turn on then turns off. but to stay off and not to turn on again is major problem of the amp. or maybe it emanated from miscabling, probably the ceiling speakers got connected to a high output or main amp. but try removing all speakers first then turn the unit on. see if it does power up.
well, i just got this thing from a friend. its a Denon AVR-800. when powered up it displays the stops, just before finishing a -protect- shows up. There's a little red light standby light that blinks off and on also. i think that has to do with the internal problem. any suggestions?
This means that the unit can tell that a disc is present, but can not read it. Try opening up the top and cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. Let us know if that resolves the problem.
I had this exact same problem, it can indicate that there is an impedance mis-match somewhere. i.e. using 4 or 6 ohm speakers instead of 8. However if you unplug the speakers and it is still doing it then you could have a problem with the actual amp circuit.
Mine was doing it with nothing plugged in and had dry solder joints on the circuit board with the two large output devices are. Simply resoldered those and it is fine now.
It had started crackling before it stopped working all together, which would also indicate the start of dry joints or bad connections somewhere.