Question about Yamaha RX-V663 Receiver
I have a Yamaha v663 receiver and my son damaged the HDMI connector from the receiver to the TV. I get static all over the place on the video, the audio is still perfect. If I "tweak" the cable, the video may clear up for a while. I replaced the cables tonight with no change in performance. Any way to repair/replace the HDMI connector without a huge bill? Any options/suggestions are welcome. I would prefer not to have to change to a lesser quality video option.
There is no way to replace the port yourself, it's a 32 pin connection with wire the size of hair. You may be able to get a repair house to quote on a replacement, however pulling answers out of technicians is like pulling teeth! Check with www.yamaha.com for authorized service centers and call to ask. can't hurt.. Hope this helps. If you can't get a straight answer, send a reply, I been working with Yamaha for over 13 years now and may be able to get you some answers.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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