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post #961 of 965 Old 07-26-2016, 04:51 PM
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Thanks for the link.. it seems it's only a network chip issue.. and says it won't affect connected devices



No, I am not electronically inclined at all...

I am definitely going to get it to the repair center... I love this receiver and even though i plan to get the new atmos rz3100 when it comes out, i'll keep this one for another room and as a spare just in case.
The 3009 would make a heck of an amp for a few of the speakers, to take some of the load off the RZ3100.
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You're prob right Climber... thanks... and now will have to spend money repairing..

I switched in my Onkyo 1020 and it's working.. so, the signal chain is fine... therefore logically the problem must be with the receiver...

BTW: My receiver have been working fine for years, but after i plugged in the new DuneHD 4k Solo player, this happened after some playing around.. could it be possible the dune shorted the hdmi board in the receiver?
Exactly what happened to my onkyo 3009 about a year ago. I believe the receiver was around 4 yrs old. I just contacted onkyo and they sent out a box to return and replaced the board for free. Been working fine since.

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Exactly what happened to my onkyo 3009 about a year ago. I believe the receiver was around 4 yrs old. I just contacted onkyo and they sent out a box to return and replaced the board for free. Been working fine since.

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BTW, I love that receiver.

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BTW, I love that receiver.

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I just remembered a litle more. Give your s/n to onkyo and it might be on their list of potentials having a bad hdmi board. Thus, free repair. If not, call them. They were really good about it.

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I just remembered a litle more. Give your s/n to onkyo and it might be on their list of potentials having a bad hdmi board. Thus, free repair. If not, call them. They were really good about it.

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Thanks... will do just that
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