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Denon 2802 - Won't Power ON

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by EmissarY, Jan 18, 2004.

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  1. EmissarY

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    Hello,

    I am in a spot of bother, my receiver wont power on when I plug it into the mains.

    There is currently nothing connected, such as dvd player or speakers.

    When I plug into the mains and push the standby button in the bottom left hand side of the unit, I do not seem to get any power and the standby light does not come on.

    I have changed the fuse of the plug but this makes no difference.

    Any suggestions? Or do I have a dead :( unit?

    Cheers, Please Help,

    EmissarY
     
  2. ELV

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    I have a 2802 and can't remember anything that would cause this, so theres probally a good chance the units faulty.
     
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    If nothing happens what so ever it could be one of the internal fuses has blown, something on the power supply/power on/off area possibly.

    If its still in its 24 month warranty then definitely get it back to your dealer, otherwise you could always take the top off and check for fuses and check them if you've got a multimeter?

    Ryan :smashin:
     
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    Thanx 4 the responses, think I will do just that and send it back.

    Only thing is, I am reluctant to use a courier in case anything happens in transit.

    I will take it to my local electrical dealer/repair guy, who is a Denon approved repairer.

    May cost more, but at least its local + peace of mind.

    Cheers,

    EmissarY
     

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