Question about Yamaha HTR-5635 5.1 Channels Receiver
Hi, I posted this under the 5635 group because there wasn't one for the 5620. My receiver just started cycling on and off when I try to use it. It basically just clicks on/off/on/off every second or so. I can't use it, and I have no idea what to try. Before this started, we unplugged the power strip that it was plugged into (the receiver was off at the time), so I don't know if that could have caused this or not. I haven't tried anything to fix it.
SOURCE: I've got a home theater
YOU SHOULD HAVE A SUB OUT PUT ON THE BACK OF THE AMP MARKED PRE OUT IF NOT CONNECT THE FRONT LEFT AND RIGHT SPEAKER OUT PUTS TO THE SUB THEN FROM THE SUB TO YOUR SPEAKERS.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
You can at a minimum, bi-wire your speakers by wiring the speakers with the A and B speaker outputs. The A speaker outputs end up running the tweeters and the B will end up powering the woofers.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha HTR-5830 Video shut down.
You have having a problem with the video amp clipping the signal after it get hot. You have one way to try to temporarily solve this problem. Try putting more air flow over your receiver and cooling down the temperature inside the receiver and see if the video amplifier starts working correctly. If it does then you must put a fan on it somewhere that will keep the air flowing so the video amplifier is not allow to overheat. If this does not solve the problem, then you will need to have the amplifier replaced for it to work correctly. If the unit is under warranty then call this number 1-800-492-6242 to locate a service center in your area. Call them for help with your problem. You can also try looking on the www.yamaha.com website. Put in you model number and check in the frequently asked questions and troubleshooting sections for people who have had similar problems with this unit and see if they printed a solution for the problem. I hope this helps you with your problem.
Posted on May 18, 2009
leave unpluged overnight. usually capacitors hold charge and will release slowly. try that if doesnt work powersupply is bad.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
SOURCE: I've had the same
Sounds like the unit is set to shutdown if it detects a short in the amplifier. The problem can be within the supply but it is most likely in the amp section of the unit. Transistors will go out over time and need to be replaced. Find a local repair shop and have them estimate the repair for you. the cost on something like this can be in the 70.00 range depending on shop rates in your area and the extent of the problem.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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