Question about Yamaha RX-V730 Receiver
I just came home from vacation and appearently we had some type of power spike while I was gone. My Yamaha was plugged into a power conditioner and all the other components (TV, Blu-Ray, Cable-DVR) seem fine but my Yamaha, which is getting power, only "clicks" when I press the Power button.
Is there a replaceable fuse on this unit? Sorry, but for the life of me I can't seem to find it and the owners manual doesn't even mention the word "fuse" much less help.
What are my options besides having someone look at it ($) or buy a replacement ($$)?
That may due to a bad power transistor, huge current flows when it's powered up, protection circuit kicks in and switch off the unit. Get to repair shop for check up and replacement.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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