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Have a yamaha natural sound amplifier a A -230 when power on output level goes flat out without playing anything?

When i turn on the output levels go too max without playing anything?

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SOURCE: eltax avr-200 no sound

Eltax AVR-200 will start up in protection mode if the amplifer went into protection mode due to high volume before it was turned OFF and it will start at the same volume level as it had before power OFF.

To correct this you must shift to another input without signal, then turn the volume down before it goes into protection mode again.

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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SOURCE: onkyo 9555 protection circuit

Make shure your speaker wiring is solid hookup to amp and spekers (NO CROSSED WIRING). Also make shure speakers are not wired in parallel or the speaker impeadance will be to low and amp will kick out.Turn speakers off then hook up headphones and crank up volume then see if amp kicks out.If it does you have an internal overload and needs serviced. If it playes ok then you must have speaker problems or wiring.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2008

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SOURCE: AMPLIFIER CENTER CHANNEL NOT FUNCTIONING

Center channel will not work unless unit is set for Surround or Pro Logic. Make sure center channel's volume is up

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Yamaha natural sound stereo amplifier

Try these for starters!
Is the power switch broke? Check the power cord! Are any internal fuses blown. Look inside for damage/burnt parts. Are the printed boards broken? after say being dropped? Is the transformer working? Check around the power supply area for faults.
Note - be careful your dealing with mains electric!

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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SOURCE: After 10 years of function

I would have the power supply capacitors replaced. After several years ( from heat and age) they dry out and dont put out proper DC voltages to run the amp.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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