I had the same problem.i took the remote to the store where i purchased the system,and it worked perfectly on a display model .i realised then that it was sitting under my television at home.i moved the unit to another location away from the tele and the remote worked correctly.give it a try."barsue"
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Looking at the user guide it appears that the amp has a standby mode.
See not below on turning standby on. Question can you see the standby light flashing.
I would also suggest using function on the amp to remove any possible issues with the remote.
One would expect the system to return to normal operation by pressing the power button again. If not what do you see on the display.
Press 1 to turn on the receiver.You can also turn on the receiver using 1 on the remote control. When you turn off the receiver, press 1 again. "STANDBY" flashes on the display panel. Do not disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) while "STANDBY" is flashing. This may cause a malfunction.
Fault with its main board. Short circuited component/s at it. Contact any service technician; or the authorized service center. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ . In most cases, the main board might have to be replaced. If so, a software [firmware] update too might be necessary.
If the system is connected properly and the main tuner power is on you will see the orange standby light on in the front of the main diamond shaped control unit. If that light is not on, you have not connected the system and power cables properly.
If the standby light is not lit, press the power on/off button in the middle of the rectangular processor/tuner to turn it off and unplug the main power cord from the main tuner/processor from the wall. Next, ensure that all of the power, video and audio cables from the diamond shaped control unit are properly connected to the large tuner/processor. Since you are there, check any other av in/out connections.
Now that you have checked and adjusted the cables between the controller and the tuner, plug the tuner back into the wall and push the power on button. Now check the standby light again on the diamond shaped controller unit.
Once that light is lit, press the silver, horizontal on button in the middle of the diamond shaped display unit, or the Power Standby/On button on your main remote control and you are operational.
There seem to be a problem that is why the television is not coming up and stays stuck on standby mode.
First try to turn on the television using the remote of the television and ensure that the battery of the remote is properly working, you can as well try to push the channel button on the television if the remote does not work.
If it does not come up both by using the remote and pushing the channel button, then it means it is a hardware problem, and that is from inside the unit of the television. Since the standby light comes up, it simply means power is reaching the main panel of the television.
This mainly used to be caused by a faulty or bad capacitor on either the main panel or the power panel of the television.
put units side by side and switch them both off. Plug in main unit, and using menu resort factory settings, then when it reboots, select language, and leave it there. Then connect the smaller unit and do the same thing (restore settings), they should then find each other.