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post #1 of 6 Old 03-02-2013, 07:59 AM - Thread Starter
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HI All!
Im fairly new here and not sure what the heck is going on with my denon 888. Its been working fine for a couple years, All of the sudden I turn on the TV/power and i hear a loud muffled sound come through the speakers...then nothing but silence. I just turned it off, then when my husband came home he turned it on and it worked? (No jokes please tongue.gif) After several hours it stopped working again for HIM. I figured it just sort of "blew up" BUT Zone 2 in my kitchen works fine. Any Ideas or are we just screwed?:eek
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try spraying some compressed air in the headphone jack. It might seem silly but I've seen it work.

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Ok..had fingers crossed but this didnt work ..thanks for the tip anyway!!! I also sprayed the top vents and plug connections with air.
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What does the front panel of the 888 display when there is no audio heard? If it says something like "H/P ON" then you'll need to blow more compressed air into the headphone jack (or insert/remove a headphone plug a few times) otherwise if not, you may want to try resetting the microprocessor (p. 49 OM) which will return all settings to factory defaults.

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Thanks! So far the factory reset is working..fingers crossed!
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crap....back to hum sound not working again frown.gif
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