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Yamaha RX-V2400 I have a Yamaha RX-V2400 AV Receiver Ser. No. Y194302VX When I turn it on, it comes on as it always has but it automatically shuts off in less than 5 seconds. If I turn it right back on, it shuts off even quicker. I have it completely disconnected from all speakers and components now and it still comes on and shuts off automatically. What do you recommend?

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  • bigchairny Dec 02, 2007


    I've been having the same problem .
    Over the last few days, my receiver (Yamaha RX-V2400) has begun suddenly switching off while I'm listening to music, watching TV, etc.  It doesn't matter what the input or volume level is, although if the input volume level suddenly jumps (e.g. gunshot on a soundtrack)  or if I raise the volume on the receiver, it will definitely turn right off.  And when I switch the receiver back on, it switches off immediately.


    I checked the troubleshooting section of the manual and it seems as though a protection circuit is being activated.  I have the impedance on the receiver set to 'minimum 8 ohms' (the other option is 'minimum 6 ohms').  I tried both settings and had the same results.  I also checked all speaker wires and nothing seems to be touching.  


    Please let me know if you have any other suggestions.  This sucks.

  • c4tiizzle Dec 27, 2007

    I'm also having the same problem. I took the receiver back to where I bought it and they shipped it to an authorized Yamaha repair place. After 2 weeks I got a phone call from the store telling me that that they were told by the authorized Yamaha repair place that they could find nothing wrong with the receiver and that it is working fine. They shipped it back to the store. I picked it up yesterday. However when I plugged it in, I got nothing. No power at all. I took the unit to a local repair shop and they are going to check it out. I'll keep you posted. Has anyone out there contacted Yamaha about getting a replacement? I have only had my unit for less than 3 years and have loved it. Until now.

  • bigchairny Feb 11, 2008

    I found the source of the problem - or my problem anyway: when the
    receiver overheats it automatically shuts off. I had foolishly stacked
    a couple of components on top, not allowing enough space for
    ventilation and didn't realize how hot it was getting. I've since had
    a custom cabinet built, the receiver sits alone on a shelf with plenty
    of airspace and I've had no problems since.

  • Tigrman699 Sep 23, 2008

    I have the same problem with my yamaha rx-v3300 which i have had for 3 or more yrs. Find that the power tends to shut off quicker when the sound field is set for dolby digital or enhanced digital so ive been setting it on the non-dolby tv/sports variety setting and it seems to stay on longer. Read the same material in the manual about the circuitry protection triggering due to heat so im trying to ventilate the cabinet box to see if that resolves the problem. Really like the receiver and not ready to junk it just yet so if anybody else has a solution other than that please respond. Thanks guys!!

  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2008

    yeah its a real payne in the neck and there really is no way to fix it is supposedly out of phase , yeah right i spend over 200 bucks and the stupid thing still does it??????      chris

  • robertjclanc Apr 21, 2009

    I have a Yamaha RX-V2400 that shuts down on itself within 5 seconds of
    turning it on. The problem can last from a day to a few weeks, then I
    won't have a problem for a few weeks - then the problem repeats itself.

    I brought it in for service a year or so ago and when I got it back had no problems for a few months then it all started again.

    Do I try service again elsewhere...or scrap a not so cheap receiver.

    Bob



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My local repair man replaced the power supply ($250). Everything worked great...for about a month. Now power keeps shutting down. I'm very frustated. The folks at Yamaha aren't very helpful either. I'm checking connections and will post with further updates. This unit is only 3 years old.

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Get another receiver! I had the same problem and had the power supply replaced $250 and after 3 months it started doing the same thing.  I just purchased a Pinoeer Elite VSX 90TXV.

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Had same problem. Display would read, "Check Speaker Wires". Rear speakers were shorted by a carpet nail. Works fine now.

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I have the same problems on my RX-V3300,look like all Yamaha receivers design that way ,so ...when tripped off,then have to buy a new one.Don't buy yamaha amplifier.

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