Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Zone 2 Vol Fix
FIX ZONE @ SOUND - STUCK ON "ZONE 2 - FIX" 1. Press "Amp" button (right side of remote - 1/3 way down) 2. Press "Menu" button (center of remote - 1/2 way down) 3. Press "TV VOL" button (green letters) until "Manual Setup" is displayed on receiver 4. Press "Enter" button (green letters) 5. Press "TV VOL" button (green letters) until "3 Option Menu" is displayed on receiver 6. Press "Enter" button (green letters) 7. Press "TV VOL" button (green letters) until "D Multi Zone" is displayed on receiver 8. Navigate from there Hope it helps. It worked for us.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha receiver RX-V663
Make sure you have an analog RCA audio cable from the source to the receiver. Digital coaxial or optical will not work for zone 2 or zone 3. By adding an analog cable it will not affect your main zone, it will always go to digital first. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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SOURCE: I just put new batteries
If you are referring to the Yamaha remote, slide the switch on the side of the remote to "Amp" then, using the "select" arrows up or down, toggle till you get to "Zone 2" or "zone 3" Once that's displayed on the LCD screen of the remote, press "system power" That should do it. If you still have a problem, post a reply and i will help you further
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V663 zone 2 stopped
The power supply sectionand the relay control section should be checked. There is control transistors which activates the relay control. If this transistor has damaged, of it does not get any voltage, the relay will not click. In most cases, if the output transistors got shorted, the set will come by protection state. Here you reports that only relay is not working. Just open the set and check the voltages at the "collector" pin of the relay drive transistor. You have ot disassemble the whole circuit board as these transistors are not accessable without get the boads out. Actuallly this is a very skilled work and care should be taken in all respect. If you are not aware in elctronics, and haven't proper tools and a digital multimeter, soldering iron, you can do this work. Otherwise get it repaired by any experienced service technician. OK.
Posted on Sep 08, 2011
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