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Yamaha RX-V995 5.1 problem playing DVD's loudly

Every time I put in a DVD and Turn the volume up, the reciever shuts off, I can turn it right back on, and it will play for a while and shut right back off. If I play the DVD at a normal lvl it works. Can anyone help?

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Re: Yamaha RX-V995 5.1 problem playing DVD's loudly

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