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Sounds like it is failing its self test so it won't try to power anything. First step would be to disconnect the speakers, turn the volume control all the way down, then power it up. If it comes up OK, then you've got a wiring issue or a short in one of the speakers. If it still doesn't come up OK, then there is an internal issue in the circuitry - most likely the power amp, any you'll need professional repair help.
Hold the VCR/DVR button in and press the ON/OFF Standby button. The display should briefly read CLEAR and then the unit switches off. If that clears protect mode, you'll need to redo the Audyssey and configuration setup as these will have been cleared by the reset.