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Hello Sir, I have yamaha RX V800 5.1 CHANNEL RECEIVER it was working fine . from past 30 days its working like automatically switch off and switch on. i gave this to one export in yamaha service engg but he asking me about the shematic diagram of that module. can u pls help me out about this issue and. If u have softcopy of shematic diagram kindly for to this address manju_yr@yahoo.co.in or manju_yr@hotmail.com and iam available in + 09845499835. Hope i will get passitive reply from your end. Thanking you Manjunath K R

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Your system goes on auto protect mode. it can be repaired even without the shcematics if this is the only problem.

what particular module is he asking for?

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