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Fuse I plugged my RX-V692 into 240V with it set on 110V and it blew the fuse. Can you advise fuse size.

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Changed to 6 olms and blew amplifier. Replaced fuse and fuse blew so I'm assuming its the amplifier. I was wondering if its worth getting fixed

The audio output section of your amp has damaged. It has shorted output components, and that is why the reinserted fuse blow up as soon as you switch it ON aftere replaceing it. A through check must be done with your amp. It is really a very skilled work, and done with caution. Whout any knolege in servicing hi-watt amps, one cannot set it right. Do not repalce any more fuse as it will damage more components.
I advice you to get this device repaired by any well experienced service technician, or by the authorised service center for Yamaha at your town.
All the output comonents may need repalcement. The set has damaged by overload created by low Oms speakers connected with. OK.

Sep 25, 2011 | Yamaha RX-V2600 Receiver

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I have jvc rx 801vbk and it is not putting a sound out i am positive it is not the speakers problem ??

Before you go crazy, and before you do anything, and before you take any of the above advice check the fuses!! Pop the top, look straight down to see 4 or 5 'buss' fuses. Lift at least one end of each fuse and check for continuity with a simple volt-ohm meter. I bet you find at least one bad. Bear in mind it blew for a reason so procede with extreme caution.

Mar 20, 2011 | JVC RX-8010V Receiver

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It was 110v and plug in 220v -no power

There are several parts that are going to be check like the ff:
1. Glass fuse - Some unit replacing the fuse alone fix the problem.
2. Stepdown transformer - if it has then check for open/shorted winding.
3. Regulator I.C.
4. Fusible resistor.

All parts are on the power supply section.

1 & 2 can be DIY but 3 & 4 are needed to do by the techinician.
If you replaced the fuse and blew again then you have a shorted parts. However if it has no reaction then you might have an open parts.

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Jan 16, 2011 | Audio & Video Receivers

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This receiver has worked since sept of of last year ...runs about 12 hrs a day all of a sudden, yesterday, it shut down .. checked fuse, it was blown. replaced fuse and it blew as soon as it was plugged in

I see the troubleshooting section of the manual is virtually useless.

First, disconnect all speakers and external cabling. Still blows the fuse? Don't keep feeding it fuses. Take it to a shop.

Otherwise, isolate which external thing is causing it.

Mar 23, 2010 | Sherwood RX-4105 Receiver

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120v plug in's on the back of my rx-v2400 will not send power to my mono block amps.

those are fused internally and made to power small items.the unswitched are constant power and the switched goes on and off with the power on the have hooked it up to something that draws way to much power and more than likely blew the fuses.check the back by the sockets,they are rarely over 250 watts max.

Jun 12, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V2400 Receiver

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Does not power on

you probably blew a fuse in the power supply

Feb 07, 2008 | Yamaha RX-V661 Receiver

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Proplem Plowen Fuse

If you've replaced the fuse and it blew again, you most likely have a blown Amp. And when an Amp goes other things can go with it as well.

Nov 19, 2007 | Yamaha RX-V2400 Receiver

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