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Posted on Aug 21, 2007

Turns off After nearly one year, receiver turns off after varying times of being on, no rhime, no reson. Can turn back on w Master power or remote. Very annoying-is this a warrenty or servie problem?

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Try reseting it with holding down STRAIGHT BUTTON and MAIN ON... then choose RESET and then turn off reciever...

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    my god i really type baddly.... what i ment to say was.. Hold down STRAIGHT button and while holding it turn on the reciever with main on. Then push straight button few more times till until you see reset option (try pressing straight button also) then turn off reciever and see what happenes

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