Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a classic over heating problem. There are 2 likely causes - hope for the first.
1. The speakers or wiring have a problem and draw too much current from the receiver. Carefully check your wiring. If it looks OK, leave both speakers disconnected and turn the volume control all the way down. Power the unit up. If it stays running, then try one speaker then the other (at low volumes to avoid damage) and see if one makes it shut down. If it does not stay running then see #2.
2. The power amp circuitry of the receiver has an issue causing it to overheat or the overtemp circuit is faulty and it thinks its overheating. Either way, this one needs professional help.
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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If it's only an analog source doing it I would suspect a bad switch contact somewhere in the signal path. Typically, it might be a switch you rarely use, like a Tape Monitor or Mute. It's wise to occasionally (with power OFF) manipulate all manual controls throughput their ranges a number of times to wipe oxides from their contacts.
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