Yesterday when I came back home, my router was switched off and I saw that the gfci had done it. So I switched it back on the main panel and it came back on. Then I realized that the AV receiver had also stopped working. No signals to the TV. Unlike the router, this was downstairs and the GFCI hadn't tripped and the receiver was indeed connected to surge protector. Because of the router incident , I am assuming something similar also happened here. Isn't the surge protector supposed to save equipment from such issues? After diagnosis, it looks like it is the outout HDMI of the router that is not working (tried using diffferent cables and connecting to different displays). Does anyone know if this is easily fixable? Model is Onkyo TXSR606 Also what is a good cheap equivalent model to buy now? I don't need 7.1. But need to have front Audio aux inputs, Front HDMI input will be a nice to have. No Zone2 etc. needed. No S-Video, Multiple digital Audio inputs etc. also needed. Atleast 4 HDMI inputs and shd be able to do HDMI decode and passthrough. Also shd be good enough to drive a 2 Polk floor standing RTI8 tower speakers, a polk CSI5 center channel, Infinity tower rear speakers and an elemental design A2-300 subwoofer.