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How to "set-up" again?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by scoobysnack, May 19, 2005.

  1. scoobysnack

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    I have just bought a Denon AVR2802 receiver second hand and when i press setup on the remote nothing happens. I assume this is because the previous owner would of used it to setup his system and therefore it thinks it's done. How do i re-set it or what do i do so i can set it up for my system not the previous owners?

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    Probably need to reset the unit, check the manual for the correct sequence of key presses.
     
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    Have looked in manual and all it talks about is an initialisation of the microprocessor and clearing of learned remote control signals. Both of these i have done and it still hasn't made a difference.

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    What connection are you using between the amp and your display? Some amps only output the onscreen display through certain connections. Failing that, it could be that the setup button on the remote is at fault.

    Setup isn't usually a one time only thing, as receivers need to be adjusted when other elements of the system are changed.
     

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