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I have a Denon 1612 with a Panasonic 58 inch hdtv and sony blu ray. Both the tv and blu ray are connected to the receiver via hdmi cables. Everything was working fine for months until today. The power went out and when we came back online now the picture keeps blinking out, displaying a blue screen and then seems to recover. It's like a reset keeps going off. I've tried powering down the devices, unplugging everything. I've even reset the microprocessor in the 1612. Still getting the same problem. Anybody have any suggestion as to what this might be and how to fix it?
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It's possible the HDMI board may have gotten damaged as it can be rather sensitive to power fluctuations. Try powering off the AVR and unplugging it for a short period, then power on again using a microprocessor reset.

Also note there is a dedicated thread for Denon AVR-XX12 Owners linked in my sig.

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Hopefully there is a Surge Protector in there some where or it all might be junk now. I have been even looking into doing the whole house surge protection here lately. It's a DIY set up that is less then $80, a few wires into the Fuse panel, whole house is protected from blackouts.

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Hopefully there is a Surge Protector in there some where or it all might be junk now. I have been even looking into doing the whole house surge protection here lately. It's a DIY set up that is less then $80, a few wires into the Fuse panel, whole house is protected from blackouts.
Cheap insurance for expensive equipment. smile.gif

Do you have a link or know of a good one?
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