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Receiver keeps turning off on it's own

I have an RX-V365 receiver here at my office and every time I turn it on it makes a clicking sound and it keeps turning off. Id there a way to fix this?

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check your speakers cables, connections. check for possible cable short. If seem ok, remove all speakers, turn the unit on and see if still turning off. if it does then you have a trouble in your power amplifier, defective output sectiuon. could be your power and driver transistors. possible dirty or corroded system control board. try cleaning.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: My Yamaha RX V365 will not turn on anymore. It

Most likely, one of the channels is blown, or you having power supply issue. It is hard to determine exact cause of the problem with out looking at the unit.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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the RX-V365 cannot process the audio from the HDMI input. You will also need to connect a seperate audio input (either coaxial or optical) into the relevant input in the rear of the RX-V365

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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You have to configure your DTV input to use optical audio instead of analog dtv audio (red/white plugs). Input assignment should be described in the manual. Come back to me if you have still problems with it.

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