Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My yamaha avx 700 amp will just switch itself off quite randomly and without warning. Sometimes will work fine for hours and then just suddenly switch off. Other times it switches off immediately i switch it on. This is obviously a very annoying problem and one i would love to find a solution to to as it is driving me mad! Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sharp 28JW73H
many of the intermitent defec on tv are due to cold solders so check in the power supply area and in the flyback area somes tvs have many cold solders in the large ic that produce intermitent defect...good luck
Posted on Jul 24, 2006
I have 2 of the same receivers. One works perfect and the other had the same problem as you describe. The faulty one I brought to work to use. Since I wasn't planning on recording anything I desoldered both swithces and swapped them. The REC OUT switch is a 6 pos SW, and the INPUT is only a 5 pos SW, but it works. Now my sound doesn't cut out any more and I have a receiver for work.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: yamaha avx-700, no sound, LED
Try hard reset, check the manual how to set things back to factory settings. Ensure all cables are connected properly, all + on + and all - on - (don't forget to check the speakerterminals!). Some equipment do into auto-protect mode when a + and - are incorrectly connected.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
SOURCE: Intermittent switching off
Try to provide better cooling for the projector.
1. Check the ventillation for the hall
2. Check the cooling air circulation fan
3. See whether anything is blocking the air supply
Verify loose connection of power cable.
1. Check the cable outlet
2. Check for damage of power cable
See whether any message is displayed before switching off
1. Search on the error message
2. Try getting help on the error ID
I hope, this solves your problem
Have a nice time
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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