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Denon 2312ci shuts off during pandora

looks like it might be overheating but i don't get teh red flashing ring around the power button. The top of the receiver feels pretty warm though. It's never done this before, how can i confirm it is overheating and what can I do to resolve it? It's sitting in a wire rack, totally open on all sides.

Or is there a sleep timer or something I am not aware of?
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If it shuts down after the same amount of time each time the unit is powered on, it is possible that the Sleep Timer (p. 81 Owner's manual) is kicking in without setting it to ON. Is Pandora the only source that causes this? The unit has a 3 year warranty so if repair is required, you'll likely want to get it to a repair facility soon.

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If it shuts down after the same amount of time each time the unit is powered on, it is possible that the Sleep Timer (p. 81 Owner's manual) is kicking in without setting it to ON. Is Pandora the only source that causes this? The unit has a 3 year warranty so if repair is required, you'll likely want to get it to a repair facility soon.
Actually the red light does flash, i just couldn't see it because the room was too bright. So it's definitely over heating but only when I access internet features like Pandora.

I can watch TV through the receiver all night without issues.

It is still under warranty so I will think about sending it in. I just hate the idea of not having the receiver around for 3-4 weeks..
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itll eventually die completely. 3-4 weeks is optimistic. Mine took closer to 8-10.
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This thread just saved my sanity and maybe my life.

My new AVR-X2000 was causing the video to my Panasonic plasma to go completely out with copy protected (HBO movies, series) content from my HTPC. Non copy protected content worked fine. It seemed to be an obvious HTCP problem. With the AVR out, HDMI connected directly from HTPC to TV, it worked.

I tried putting an HDMI switch between the HTPC and the AVR. No help. Also tried between the AVR and the TV. No help.

What was interesting was that running WMC in a window did not have any problems. As soon as I put it into full screen, the picture would go away.

Google got me to this thread and I eventually found this:

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NVIDIA video card owners: Try the following: Bring up the NVIDIA control panel. For display options, select the AVR (not the HTPC display). AVR->Adjust desktop color settings->Apply the following enhancements->Content type reported to the display->Full-screen video (vice the default of AUTO).
Set that and like magic, full screen protected content magically appeared!
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