All of the lights, indicators, etc. have gone out on our receiver. It is now impossible to know which settings or programs I am on (borrowed the description from an identical problem on another forum). Otherwise, the receiver operates fine. Is there a common item that would cause all of the lights to stop working at the same time?
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Re: Yamaha RX-V470 LEDs/Lights all out
Sometimes,you might press a "film mode" or "Dim"or "dimmer which will turn OFF the front panel display.Check that first from your manual. It happened a lot! If that is not the case,then you need A/V repair guy to order the part to fix it for you. solutiondoct
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I can not locate a Remote For PS3 By Gigaware now if its a controller Follow these steps
Connect to PS3 1. Turn on your console and plug the receiver into the first port on the console. The RX indicator on the receiver flashes. 2. Slide POWER ON/OFF to ON to turn on the controller. The controller’s POWER indicator lights and the 4 port indicators flash. 3. The controller connects with the receiver automatically after about 3 seconds. If successful, the RX indicator on the receiver lights. 4. Press the PS button to assign a controller number. The corresponding port indicator lights. Manual Search If you are unable to automatically connect, try manual adjustment. 1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 under “Connect to PS3.” 2. Press CONNECT on the receiver. The RX indicator flashes. 6 3. Press and hold SELECT and L3 (left analog stick) on the controller simultaneously for at least 3 seconds. When the RX indicator stays lit, release SELECT and L3. 4. Press the PS button to assign a controller number. The corresponding port indicator lights. n Notes: • Repeat “Connect to PS3“ or “Manual Search“ if the connection fails again. • If you purchase a new receiver for the controller, but have previously been using it with the supplied receiver, you will have to follow connection steps again. Reassigning a controller number 1. Press and hold the PS button for one second. The functional screen displays. Select “Controller Settings”, then “Reassign the controller.” Press X to confirm. 2. Use the D-pad to select the number that matches the controller’s port. 3. Press X again to confirm. The corresponding port indicator lights up. 7 Connect to PC 1. Plug the recevier into a PC’s USB port. The receiver’s RX indicator flashes. 2. Slide POWER ON/OFF to ON to turn on the controller. If connection is successful, the RX indicator on the receiver lights and the 4 port indicators on the controller turn off. Test the controller 1. Open the control panel on your PC, and double-click “Game Controllers.” Then click “Properties“ and the testing screen appears. 2. Press the buttons of the controller. After testing, press OK to exit. You are now ready to play games. Troubleshooting If the controller stops working at any time, or will not connect to PS3 or PC, follow “Manual Search“ steps on pages 5-6.
It may not need repair. if you have it hooked up to a TV, by video, s-video, or component. Press the menu button on the remote and you can see the main menu of the unit on the TV. Navigate the menu up/down/left/right/enter until you get to "display". You should be able to turn the display of the receiver on/off. If you don't have the manual. http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/Documents/YEC/Stereo_Receivers/Manual/RX-797_e_U_p.pdf That's the PDF from Yamaha. I haven't used this particular unit, but that's the way it's done on all the other series. ie. RX-V or RX-Z. Hope this helps