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Help front panel wont work and treble +10 keeps coming up by itself

My Yamaha Amp is not functionaing correctly after moving house. The front panel is completely locked up. Remote works fine but I can not press any butons manually on the front of the unit also when tuning on the amp sometime treble +10 keeps coming up and I cant change the treble on the front panel as its completely inoperational...any ideas.. No previous problems experienced before we moved??? Tried unpluging unit to reset it and made sure the Mem.Guard has been switched off. Help

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Re: Help front panel wont work and treble +10 keeps...

Check all of the push buttons on the front panel.. I have seen that sometimes a switch could have gotten jammed or pushed an and broken and the button gets stuck and wont let anything else work

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