Thank you for confirming.
Unfortunately that does tend to confirm an internal hardware failure.
Unplug power to the receiver for an hour, plug back in, and repeat the reset once more.
If still no change, then you have a bad main/control board, and the receiver would need to be serviced. This is a 2015 model, so you should still be within the warranty period, you'll just need to call(###) ###-####to file a warranty claim and they'll direct you to the closest service center you can take it to.
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