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Reset the remote control?

I have re programmed the speaker select and mode buttons on the remote control by accident. I have only just purchased this receiver second hand and I didnt get a user manual with it. Leaving the batteries out over night doesnt work and the previous owner doesnt know. How do I reset the remote back to its factory settings again please? Thanks.

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Re: Reset the remote control?

I have the same amp. Try leaving the batteries our for a while like more than a day. Also if you can join a wire from each battery terminal to the others for a while. That will short out the remote and 0 it. This should cure your problem. I have had to redo the remote many times. Also while the remote is out press all the buttons in as many as your can for a while.

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I want to set the receiver to surround sound. The indicator only shows two speakers I want it to show five

What is the source of your sound? By default, receiver will use only those channels that are used in the input signal - if you play CD in stereto, it will use only 2 front speakers. If you play DVD with 5.1 audio, it will use all 5 speakers (+ subwoofer if you have one).

However you can use one of the bulitin "sound field program" modes to mix the 2 channel stereo music to all speakers. On front panel, press "PROGRAM < >" buttons to select the one you like. Or on remote control, repeately press MOVIE, MUSIC or STEREO buttons. You can check your manual for description of each sound field program.

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I lost my remote control for my ht-r510 and i want to reset my speakers volume, how can i do that manually?

Press the SPEAKER ADJUST button on the frond panel of the receiver. With this button you can select different parameters of the speakers. Using the PRESET/ADJUST button you can change the parameters.

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I have Cerwin-Vega speakers that are 4 ohms, what do I set the impedance at?

You can set the speaker impedance in the Advanced menu. See page 45 of english manual (it can be on different page in other language manual).
In standby mode, on the receiver (not on remote!) press STANDBY/ON while pressing and holding STRAIGHT button. THe "ADVANCED SETUP" should show in the LCD display. Now use PROGRAM +/- buttons to navigate the menu. Select "SP IMP." which is speaker impedance setting. Press STRAIGHT to select the correct value. Options are 6ohm and 8ohm. 6ohm setting means 6 and less, so select this option. Now you can turn the unit off by using STANDBY/ON. Now when you turn it on again, it will use these new settings.

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1 Hold down STEREO on the Front Panel
"Factory Preset" appears on the front panel
2 Press STEREO to select the desired setting.
'Reset' To reset to factory presets
'Cancel' to cancel without making changes
3 Press STANDBY/ON to confirm your selection

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I hope this mail finds you well.i am not getting sound from the surround and center speakers.when i test my speakers i only get sound from the front speakers.

check ur speaker connection first or may be ur receivers speaker setup have some problem. except frond speaker all the others will be off mode. change the speaker setting.
press osd button on the remote to bring audio setup. select ur speakers large or Small or large according to ur speakers. then test again.
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Trying to program my At&t Uverse remote to my

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always press the mode key of the device they want to control before pressing any other key

Power on the device

  1. Press and hold the appropriate Mode key (TV, DVD or AUX) on the remote control.
  2. Without releasing the chosen Mode key, press and hold the OK key simultaneously.
  3. Release both the Mode key and the OK key at the same time.
    All the Mode keys should flash twice.
    1. Enter the four digit setup code by pressing the number keys (0-9) on the remote control.
    2. The Mode key will flash three times indicating correct entry and return to normal operation.
    • When an invalid code is entered, the selected Mode key will give a long flash to indicate that the Member has not entered the setup code correctly. Start over beginning at step 3.
    • Should the remote control time out before the Member completes the code setup, they will need to start over.
    1. Point the remote control at the programmed device and press the Power key once.
    2. The device should turn off.
    • If it does not turn off, repeat steps 2 through 6 trying each code for the brand until the correct code is found.
    1. Repeat steps 1 through 7 to program other devices if needed.
    2. Press the appropriate Mode key on the remote control to work with the selected device. To use the remote control for the Member's U-verse TV Receiver again, have them press the AT&T Mode key.

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    7. Press and release the PLAY key, every time you do this, autoserach will try a different code, continue to do this until your device turns off. (if you weren't paying attention and you miss it, the REW key can be used to go back through the codes one at a time, and the ff key can be utilized to move forward through the codes one at a time.)
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    No audio comes from the rear right speaker. what am i doing wrong with connecting the speaker on the htr-6130?

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    We had the same problem - I think it was reset when the power went off in a storm. Went to Yamaha website ( and found the following worked:

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    2. Press the [SET MENU] button on the remote control.
    3. Arrow down to Manual Setup and press the [ENTER] button on the remote control.
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