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No volume I have a Yamaha RX V596 5.1 channel 500 Watt Home TheathReceiver. The sound stopped working and the LED on the volume control is blinking. Is there an easy fix to this issue?

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  • jeff_bjle Oct 28, 2008

    I have tried to change the settings and have verified the speaker connections. These were not the issue.

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Turn it of for 20 mins +check connections + check the volume control

and first of all maybe u r using the MUTE MODE check the R.COntrol!!

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You need to check the settings and also check the connection from receiver to five speakers .


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