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Please refer to post 3 of this thread for lots of helpful troubleshooting information. The AVR switching to TV is because you have the HDMI-CEC on the TV (Anynet+, BraviaSync, VierraLink, etc.) set to ON to use the ARC feature. Turn that TV setting to OFF if not using it. See link below from post 3 for more information.

The 'Official' 2013 Denon "E Series" / "X Series" AVR Model Owner's Thread & FAQ

The amp shutting down in protection mode could be the result of a number of issues. See link below from post 3 for more information.

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Thanks for the quick reply. I should have mentioned that the receiver is an AVR-X4000.

The HDMI-CEC setting on the TV is off and always has been.

Section 11 c appears more likely, I've changed the Network IP control to 'Off in Standby' from 'Always On' to see if that makes a difference, if not I guess I might be needing a repaired/replacement HDMI board.

The amp has gone into protection mode even at very low volume, once it was at -60db. I have checked all the speaker cables, it was the first thing I did, but I'll check them more thoroughly to make sure there is no intermittent short.
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The amp has gone into protection mode even at very low volume, once it was at -60db. I have checked all the speaker cables, it was the first thing I did, but I'll check them more thoroughly to make sure there is no intermittent short.
My x4000 started to do that about six months after purchase; it's at Panurgy now for repairs. It would go into protection mode within a few minutes of turning it on; also, it had begun to make a loud POP through the speakers when I turned it off, instead of the usual CLICK.

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