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Yamaha Receiver loses audio when changing DTV stations

I often lose audio when changing stations. I have to change inputs from TV to another input and back to TV input to regain audio

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I believe changing stations is triggering the protection on receiver. When you go to another input and back you give time for the protection circuitry to release speakers again. Try muting your receiver before changing channels. Good luck!

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