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Onkyo TX-NR626 has lost its mac address, no network settings

I just noticed earlier today that the wifi was off on my 626. When I went to the network setup page, everything was listed as 0's (ip address, mac address, gateway etc). I had the receiver set up with a manual ip address originally, so I switched it back to non-dhcp and all the settings were there ok, except mac address which was still all 0's. So I went to change the network settings and nothing happened. I then tried to change the ip address, gateway etc and it wouldn't let me.

So it seems that the network settings are screwed. There hasn't been a software update so that wouldn't be an issue. Have any other 626 owners here experienced this?
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Model specific questions are generally best posted in their respective Owner's threads for better visibility. Although could be the network board has gone bad and may need to be replaced. Try powering off the AVR for 10 minutes.

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