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By rebooting, I mean when you turn on the receiver (tv, tivo, etc.) the picture and sound will come on for maybe 10 seconds and then everything will turn off again.
Hi de8212, do you mean (tv, receiver and source) power off completely where the standby light comes on?

Does this happen with all source?

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I tried a different hdmi cable and I also tried a different hdmi port on the tv just to narrow down the issue. Unfortunately, the problem still exists. It's just odd that it will go away for days/weeks at a time.
Is there a power strip, ups or power conditioner in your setup, if so remove it.

Have you try a different tv?
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Try turning off the CEC, HDMI control on everything, turn off video conversion on the Denon, and use an optical for TV sound. Unplug the unit for 20 minutes and then turn avr on first, then TV, then anything else.
I'll give it a shot. The only issue would be the optical cable. The tv is not close to the AV rack so the optical I have run in the wiring channel is used for audio return. Of course I can certaily try your suggestions to see what it does.

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Hi de8212, do you mean (tv, receiver and source) power off completely where the standby light comes on?

Does this happen with all source?



Is there a power strip, ups or power conditioner in your setup, if so remove it.

Have you try a different tv?
Just the denon goes off and you see the error message on my samsung tv showing no hdmi signal is found. Happens on multiple souses.

I've had the same results when I plugged the denon straight into the wall but it is on a surge protector normally.

Edit - I have not tried a different tv. If I had to, I could. It would just be a pain to do.

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I've had the same results when I plugged the denon straight into the wall but it is on a surge protector normally.

Edit - I have not tried a different tv. If I had to, I could. It would just be a pain to do.
IMHO, appear to be a Denon problem. It could be relate to low power from the outlet. Try running an extension cord to a different outlet not in the same circuit as a test. A kill-a-watt meter might help to see what the receiver is getting.

A small tv will work plugged close to the receiver.
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JChin - I'll give that a shot over the next few days. The strange thing is, if it was a power/otlet issue why does unplugging the hdmi fix it?
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