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well, this receiver has been flawless up until tonight. now i cant even get it to stay on for more than a min or 2. i made no changes what-so ever. watched a movie last night(soylent green..mono btw) and tonight i turned it on to watch the latest netflix delivery(bullet proof monk) and it goes into standby after a min or so of sound(even in menus). it will stay on if nothing is playing but as soon as i play DD, or DTS......standby. i tried different dvds, low volumes, dif optical inputs, leaving it unplugged for awhile, i reset the processor and memory but still it shuts off. it is NOT overheating, its barley warm to the touch. i don't know what else to do. any 7200 owners out there have this problem? anyone out there that can offer some insight? thx for any help or advice u can give.
 

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M Code, you may be my freakn hero!!! i didn't have any loose or wild wires cause i have very neatly trimmed banana plugs BUT what i did notice is the center channel banana plugs were both touching a bolt in the back of the AV stand!!! can u believe it?? i don't know why its hasn't happened before last night but i think that was the problem. i watched half of LOTR: TT and no problems thus far. i don't want to jinx myself. i was sick to my stomach last night. i feel so much better now. THANK YOU! if I'm ever out west, beers are on me!


If there is a better place on the internet other than AVS forums, i havent found it:) thanks to everyone.
 

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M Code, you may be my freakn hero!!! i didn't have any loose or wild wires cause i have very neatly trimmed banana plugs BUT what i did notice is the center channel banana plugs were both touching a bolt in the back of the AV stand!!! can u believe it?? i don't know why its hasn't happened before last night but i think that was the problem. i watched half of LOTR: TT and no problems thus far. i don't want to jinx myself. i was sick to my stomach last night. i feel so much better now. THANK YOU! if I'm ever out west, beers are on me!


If there is a better place on the internet other than AVS forums, i havent found it:) thanks to everyone.


:D :)

Beers. OK.

I will send U an invoice to be paid by PayPal. j/k :D

The AVR 7200 is perhaps the best AVR built by HK, and yes though something can go wrong the majority of times it can be something simple. Since the 7200 has very significant power output capability, it has sophisticated circuitry always checking for a possible short circuit.

Very glad to help.

See ya. :cool:
 

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Sounds like that honeymoon is back on....


I love my 7200...
 

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I totallly agree, BlouZbee. I came here about 2 months ago and couldn't tell you much about home theatre. After browsing this site for at least 1-2 hours a day I know SOOO much more about home theatre systems it's amazing. All thanks to the wonderul guys (and gals?) that take precious time out of their day to help us newbs :D


What part of PA are you in? I'm debating purchasing a 7200 over separates for a 5.1 Polk LSi setup and would love to see/hear one in action :)
 

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mazeroth,


i live in eastern PA, about .75 min from philly.


when i first found this page i didn't think i was a newb(come on! i owned bose:) ) but after reading thread after thread i quickly realized differently.
 

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live in eastern PA, about .75 min from philly.
Lets see... .75 Minutes from Philly...At 60MPH...Thats 1 Mile a minute...Your only 3/4 mile outside Philly???


Why not just say ... Philly


:D


Sorry, couldn't resist
 
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