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RX-V3300 My Yamaha RX-v3300 receiver shuts off with for no reason. I'll be playing a movie or CD and all of sudden the receiver just shuts off. It will turn right back on again. What is causing it to shut off on it's own?

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SOURCE: are there fuses i can reach with the RX-V3300

Look at the Impedance Switch on the back and make sure it is firmly in one or the other position and that it matches the impedance of your speakers.

Make sure no speaker wires are shorted to anything.

Unplug for 30 seconds and try again.

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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SOURCE: How do you reset Yamaha

A reset would REQUIRE you to go through EVERY setting anyway, so why don't you just go through every setting manually and leave the ones that look ok alone?

Page 52 for remote reset
Page 78 for DSP reset.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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The total combined load allowed on the outlet is 100W. Make sure you are testing the outlets with a low-current device like a radio or low wattage incandescent lamp (25 or 40 W) or a night light (7 W). Also, be aware that you must have the receiver turned on for the device to work as the outlets are switched according to the main power.
If you still can't get them to work, it could be an issue with the fuse - you should take it in for service.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V3300 Receiver shuts off on it's own.

A capacitor problem or overheat problem.

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