Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
As others met as a problem and I as well, 1st contact spray the imput selector box in through every orifice you can(the can type box rear on the right side inside the amplifier), placing some paper towels in so that the excess spray with maybe dirt or oxide falls on them and not make a mess inside the amplifier(oily wet contact spray)! Afterwards restart the amplifier and select from first to last the sources and repeat the steps from the begining to here with the amplifier off for about four times! That should do! If not try cleaning the relays in the back middle after removing the cap with some sandpaper of the brumm that it has developed allong time! If that does not work 1st tighten at all ends the connections of the speaker cables(amplifier - speakers), and if not than maybe the transistors are burnt or cold solders are on the board! Good luck!
Posted on Jan 17, 2014
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