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you need to take it to the nearest yamaha service centre. Unit could have had a surge or blown a fuse.

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SOURCE: The sound will suddenly go off on my Yamaha

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.
Good luck

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You can connect DVD/LD/Blu-Ray players' outputs to your Yamaha RX-v595. OK.

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Problem with potentiometer Does anybody know where is possible to buy volume- potentiometer for Yamaha RX-V595RDS? When I turn receiver on sometimes one output chanel (speaker) is silent till I turn...


A little more triage would be in order before you take a knife to it.

Turn the volue to something in the middle.

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Buy yourself a 120mm 12volt computer case fan and a 12volt power pack. Mount the fan with some double sided tape to the grill on top of your AVR. Have the fan mounted so it draws air out of the amp and turn it on when you know you are going to crank up the volume. Try and buy a fan with the lowest noise level so it isn't annoying

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The sound will suddenly go off on my Yamaha RX-V595 receiver. I can turb it back on and it will play for awhile and then turn off again


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.
Good luck

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If it trips almost instantly then you have a serious power supply rail problem rather than just a channel down. You need a Yamaha specialist to look at it, there aren't any fuses for that.

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