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The input selector switch has a mind of its own and changes when it likes to what it likes. There is a clicking relay sound when it occurs. Is this a faulty relay or a dirty switch. (Sorry about previ

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I havd the same issue. u need to get a good contact cleaner and spray the selector rod( remove knob first with preamp facing up), the liguid will find leak into selector and clean contacts.
after doing mine, the slector knob feels more solid when turned and does not change input anymore.
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Posted on Mar 09, 2013

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SOURCE: Yamaha DSP A-1000 input selector switch not working properly

i did not post that....and why would fixya be asking the poster of a problem for a solution?????
Bug? Pls delete these posts moderator.
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SOURCE: Yamaha DSP A-1000 input selector switch not working properly

flying yeti.... yup... it's definitely your input switch. im from yamaha service before at saudi arabia. that is a normal trouble specially in high humidity places. you can only get a replacement at yamaha service though. their newer model are better they dont use contact switches nomore.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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