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The control section seems to have a thermal problem, when its cold it works, then warms up(metals expand with heat) it loses a connection. Can be either a solder connection or a component, these are found with freeze spray by a qualified technician.

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Mar 03, 2014


Try pushing the Input Mode button on the front of the receiver until it says Auto. You may need to cycle thru it twice.

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Jan 25, 2014


You have a problem with your DSP circuit. Unless you are good at reading schematics and using DVM's and soldering, then you need to take it to a servicer.

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on May 17, 2012


Disconnect all signal input cables and see if the ticking persists when the system is switched on. If it does not disappear you have a problem that needs a Technician to check out. If it does disappear, you can try putting in each input cable one by one and selecting it to see which input is causing the ticking sound to appear. Then further check the input source equipment.

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Oct 30, 2011


I called customer support and they had not heard of this problem, and could not even tell me what the "V.Off" showing on the display represents. But, . . . the problem was solved by resetting the memory - by powering off, and powering back on while holding down both the Mode and Analog input buttons. Although this wiped out all my settings, the "V.Off" on the display disappeared, and the video now works. Problem solved.

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Jul 26, 2011


On the front display of the unit, you should have indicator icons that light up if a speaker is being used. Are there only 3 speakers lite up, or are there 5? As a quick check, make sure your speaker connections are secure, and then make sure your surround mode is set to a 5 channel surround mode. 5 channel Stereo is a good one to test with. Also, you can hit the "test" button to see if the speakers are connected and working, it will give a test signal out of each speaker independently. Let me know what you find, and I can answer more.

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Mar 05, 2011


hi,
if u want to get audio on the out door speakers then select the sound mode of ur receiver as ALL CHANNEL STEREO mode.
ok

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Jan 05, 2011


Issue with your Potentiometer.... Try to clean it with Air pressure inside your Potentiometer Sometime it full ov dust inside .. go to Radio shack or any store by a Air Spy Can take off your volume Button an spy inside your volume You May have to change your volume wih is call potentiometer if you send it to a radio reapair it will cost you arrond $60 to a $100 dollard to fix

Denon AVR-2805... | Answered on Sep 22, 2010

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