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Turns off after 4 secs or so....From Green to Red,



Turns on and then 4 secs later it goes to red:

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Receiver turns on Green but on pressing button again for red light standby, red light will not come on for this Denon receiver. Recently light came on saying Panel Lock is on. I was not able to get tuner to work.

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