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Receiver clicks I've had my yamaha receiver now for about a year and about 2 months ago after moving it to a different location and re-wiring up the speakers, the system clicks loudly every so often. Sometimes the click is every 5 minutes and sometimes it's every hour. It's almost as if there's a power surge or if something internal to the receiver is switching. Since moving the receiver I've unhooked and re-wired the system again, but the click remains. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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Re: Receiver clicks

When you say click Is it a POP out of the speakers?? If the answer is yes then it sounds like a semicondutor such as an IC or driver transistor or preamp is breaking down . You also didnt state if its out of one speaker or both at once. Unless your a tech this is probably something you wont be able to troubleshoot and fix yourself as there are no user serviceable parts in this puppy. Good luck

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