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Denon 2805 remote problems - help please!

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Unlight, Jan 2, 2005.

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  1. Unlight

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    Hey guys,

    For some reason today, my 2805 remote isnt working. For some reason, no matter what I press, the "learned" and "cd" icons light up together.

    Any info on what the problem may be, or how I could reset it?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    IIRC it tells you how to reset it in the manual.

    have you tried pressing the learn button at the bottom. mine got frozen once. I just unplugged the batteries for a few secs and replaced them and it worked again.

    if this doesn't work try leaving the batteries out for an hour or so. you will lose your memories I presume but it should work.

    good luck

    MJI
     
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    Hey there, I've had a look in the manual and it does indeed tell you how to reset - unfortuately I'm getting no flashing of buttons whenever I press the USE/LEARN button :(

    I guess something must be frozen somewhere? I've taken out the batteries and will follow your advice and leave them out for about an hour or so - hopefully this should reset it back to default, which I am happy enough with!

    Could it be anything else?
     
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    Problem solved - just popped the batteries back in and everything is working perfectly :)
     
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    Is this an indication of low batteries? Mine has intermittantly done if for a couple of months now:confused:
     

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