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Check outlet for power by plugging in a known working device to the outlet. If it has power, replace the power cable of the receiver. IF that still does not work, the receiver's power supply is dead.

Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Jul 12, 2016


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Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Jun 28, 2016


Use an optical cable.

Be aware though. Your TV has a DVB-T tuner. It picks up the Freeview standard definition (SD) channels, but not the Freeview HD ones. Dolby Digital sound only comes from the Freeview HD channels.

Your TV will pass Dolby Digital from any source connected to a HDMI port to the Optical Out. It will also pass DTS. But the internal Freeview DVB-T tuner doesn't generate Dolby Digital, just stereo and stereo with Dolby Surround encoding where you use ProLogic II for decoding.

Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Jan 29, 2016


sounds like overload protection
turn the volume all the way down, then turn it on
if that doesn't do it you may have a short in one of the speaker lines - try disconnecting them one at a time

Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Mar 29, 2015


Remove front display panel and right next to the connector that the face plugs into you'll see a little hole that says "reset" above it. Push a paper clip into the hole and hold it in there for 5 seconds. That should solve your problem. If it doesn't, you have a short in a speaker. Remove the speaker wires one by on and push the reset button until you find which speaker is causing the failure.

Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Jun 08, 2014


Check the +/-15 volt regulators. They are known to go bad in these units.

Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Feb 03, 2013


Since the other inputs are working normally, there's probably nothing wrong in the receiver. I'm assuming you have a cable box and are feeding the audio from that to the receiver. If so, the settings there may have changed so that it's not outputting audio correctly (set for a different audio channel, for instance) or something has gone wrong with the box. (Recent storms in my area have caused problems with cable and FiOS boxes for several people I know, and they needed replacements.) If you're using an HDMI cable, try using the RCA audio outputs and see if they have the same trouble. I suspect you'll need to contact your cable provider to resolve this.

Denon AVR-1906... | Answered on Jul 29, 2011

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