Starting with VSX R77, the VSX machine can be reset using the “reset_gw” utility (this saves the time required to reinstall the machine from scratch and the time required required for dynamic routing reconfiguration). ‘ reset_gw ‘ is a utility that clears all VSX configurations.
If the receiver doesn’t respond when you press buttons on the device or remote control, reset the device by turning it off and on again. Try unplugging the A/C cable and plugging it back in if that doesn’t solve the problem. Check the batteries in the remote control and replace if necessary.
DIGITAL – Lights when a digital audio signal is selected. Flashes when a digital audio signal is selected and the selected audio input is not provided.
Put the receiver into standby mode by pressing and holding “Band” and then pressing and holding the “Standby/On” button for about two seconds. If you choose “Reset?” appears on the display, press either the left or right arrow buttons or the Auto Surround/Stream Direct button until “OK?” is displayed.
If a receiver isn’t getting enough power, it will turn itself off. If your receiver shares a wall outlet with another high-current device (such as a refrigerator, air conditioner, heater, or vacuum cleaner), the receiver may turn itself off when the power is insufficient.
According to the user manual, a UE22 code indicates a failed software update. (scroll to p. 75). If you haven’t attempted to update the firmware in the receiver, the wrong buttons may have been pressed on the remote control, which put the receiver into update “mode”.
To restart the device, switch it to standby mode, then press STANDBY/ON on the main unit for at least 5 seconds. The settings of the device are retained.)
To reset the remote, while holding MODE, press CLEAR.
for at least 3 seconds
There are several ways to determine if your receiver channel is burned out. One way is to check the sound output from the speaker. If you can’t hear any sound at all, or the sound is distorted, the channel is probably burned out. Another way to tell is to check the indicator light on the receiver.
If all of your stereo components have stopped working, find the receiver’s circuit breaker or fuse, usually on the back panel, and: * Reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse with a fuse with same denomination. * If the blowout occurs again, have the receiver professionally repaired.
Make sure you turn on your receiver and all input devices. Securely connect the cables to the correct input and output ports on your receiver, speakers, and input devices. Make sure the input devices are playing audio. Make sure your AV receiver’s VOLUME or MASTER VOLUME control is not set to VOL MIN.