Question about Yamaha HTR-5790 Receiver
After working trouble free for two years, it now shuts itself off after about 10 seconds. I've unplugged it as suggested by the manual, but no change. I've not changed any connections and have had no power surges or lightning that I know of.
WOW this worked.. Hold down the ABCDE and the preset tuning right arrow and then hit power.. It puts it into a diagnostic mode, but it stays on.. I just rerouted my video to not use the receiver and the audio works perfectly now.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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Posted on Mar 26, 2011
This problem appears to be remote related. When I removed all the batteries out of the remote control, I powered my 5790 back on. The unit stayed on for the rest of the night. My guess is, the remote is somehow emitting the signal to to go back to stand-by. This could possibly be due to the batteries getting weak. Or the remote could have some other problems.
Posted on Jun 03, 2007
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Took my Yamaha HTR 5790 to a repair shop for an estimate to repair. Cost me $50 for estimate to be applied to repair. It needed two circuit boards replaced at a cost of $390.00.
SOLUTION... they kept my $50 and I bought a new AV Receiver that WAS NOT a Yamaha.
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