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Error (E7)during auto set up

I was able to setup the YSP1100 yamaha speakers and it played well for an hour. then there was a power failure (electricity incoming ) and then when I resumed, it was not working. Tried auto setp but shows E7 error (internal system error) as advised, I tried Factory preset and again autoset up but it shows E-7 . Is the software got corrupt? How to solve this?

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  • markwong_82 Nov 29, 2008

    HI i have the same problem is there anyone out there with an answer?

  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2008

    I have exact same problem with YSP-900

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An internal system error occurred.

Repeat the AUTO SETUP procedure

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