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Yamaha YSP1 I have had unit for 3 years and has worked perfectly. Just recently it started to make a extremely loud static noise sound when turned on. I was able to get it to stop by turning off and on and also turning cable box on and off. It was intermittent. This weekend we turned it on and nothing but loud static regardless of which input selected. Disconnected everything but power and the same problem. Any way to troubleshoot this or did something blow inside??? Any thoughts before i open to look inside.

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  • H1llo Dec 27, 2008

    I have the same issue, just as the other guy said 3 years no problem and then massive static when you turn it on, even when it's not connected to any components

  • f_l9 May 11, 2010

    I have the same problem and Yamaha dont seems to be able to help me

  • cmhawkins May 11, 2010

    We have exactly the same problem- did you ever get yours fixed? and how?

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We have the same issue. I owned the unit for about 2 1/2 years before it quit working. The Yamaha YSP-1 has been sitting on my shelf for the last 2 years now collecting dust. If anyone finds a solution, please let me know

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  • nateroberts Jan 07, 2010

    obviously that was not a solution, I was just trying to add a comment and I cannot find where to reclassify. Sorry. Any help for this problem would be greatly appreciated.

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