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If you have a universal remote, you can use its code search feature to find a code that will control your Technics receiver. If a thorough search through all codes stored in the remote fails, you may have to try another universal remote. Not all remotes contain the same codes.
First of all you will need to cross check the remote with a sensor to confirm. If not while using the remote check for change in voltage in the input of the sensor inthe amplifier. If there is no change then check for failrueof the remote IR emitter/ the remote controller IC or bad tracks. Check this out. If sensor is detecting then trace to the microprocessor of the Amp for any connection issues, solder the joints in this circuit. Sometimes the idications shows on remote but may have a wrong frequency. So check the crystal on the remote. helpful I hope. Good day
1) You may be able to reset the memory and get back to factory default settings by either unplugging from the power point and leaving it unpowered for at least 5 minutes - some products could require a few hours for memory to be reset. Alternatively your amplifier may have a reset funtion (usually a button or switch on the rear panel - see owners manual for specific instructions of your model)
2) Since your remote is broken, the cheapest option is generally to buy a universal remote control (available from may discount and electrical retailers) for around $10.00 enter the code for your particular amplifier and then use the amp as you did previously - you might like to double check that your brand/model is supported by that particular brand remote manufacturer - the better ones (read dearer) even allow you to down load the remote codes from the web (this would be overkill for your problem, but you might like to combine all your remotes into the new tricky one you will buy).
The Yamaha DSP A1000 has three different options of on-screen display.
Try using the On-screen button on the remote control in order to remove the disturbing display.
If this fails or if your remote control malfunctions then you should contact Yamaha for further assistance.