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Denon AVR-2113 No audio from USB/Network

Hi , could anyone shed any light as to why there is no audio from my Denon AVR when using USB or Network?

Brief history of the unit , bought off ebay second hand , didnt power up (blowing fuses on power board) took to local reputable repair company and all was well (the repair engineer said the unit may have been dropped at some point as there were broken tracks on the power board near the inverter).

I have had the unit a while since and only now wish to use USB and maybe Network (if I can be arsed moving the router).

All modes seem to work perfectly , apart from the network and usb !
USB is recognised and seems to play (track time counts up , track i.d. etc) likewise with the internet radio , station i.d. pops up and the buffer indicator ramps up and drops off as expected when changing stations.

Am I missing something , or could it be something as simple as an inseated connector inside the unit ?

Any help and advice much appreciated .

Thanks in advance , Scott.
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Hi , could anyone shed any light as to why there is no audio from my Denon AVR when using USB or Network?

Brief history of the unit , bought off ebay second hand , didnt power up (blowing fuses on power board) took to local reputable repair company and all was well (the repair engineer said the unit may have been dropped at some point as there were broken tracks on the power board near the inverter).

I have had the unit a while since and only now wish to use USB and maybe Network (if I can be arsed moving the router).

All modes seem to work perfectly , apart from the network and usb !
USB is recognised and seems to play (track time counts up , track i.d. etc) likewise with the internet radio , station i.d. pops up and the buffer indicator ramps up and drops off as expected when changing stations.

Am I missing something , or could it be something as simple as an inseated connector inside the unit ?

Any help and advice much appreciated .

Thanks in advance , Scott.
I should add that I have applied the latest firmware via USB and there is NO audio whatsoever :-(
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Reset the microprocessor (p. 148 Owner's manual).

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Reset the microprocessor (p. 148 Owner's manual).
Sorry , should have also said that I have tried a reset both before and after the update . It's highly annoying as I can see that it's playing but no audio even on full whack !
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Then warranty repair is the next step.

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Then warranty repair is the next step.
I would go down that route but it is second hand and warranty doesn't cover it :-(
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