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Yamaha RX-V800 - No audio on left and right channels

I have Yamaha RX-v800 receiver for the last 6 years. Yesterday, I noticed that no sound is coming out of main right and left channels. Because of this, I am getting audio only through center and rear channels only. All connections are OK. I will appriciate your help to solve this problem?

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I too am experiencing this problem.... and my receiver is only 5 months old. Its a RX-V661

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Re: Yamaha RX-V800 - No audio on left and right channels

Make sure the (a) speakers are switched on,this may be a switch on the front panel or in the main set up menu.

hope this helps.

cable guy.

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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Yamaha RX-V800 shuts down when any control button is pressed

What if you DON'T use the remote? Does it shut down when just using it?

If SO, you have a bigger problem.

If NOT, it sounds like the remote is hosed - sending a code to shut off.

Do you have another remote of any brand that you could set to do something simple, like change volume? Don't train it from the original, though, or it would do the same thing.

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Since you are feeding S-Video to the TV the composite (yellow) input from your Wii is not going anywhere.
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if you can identify whats blown what ic or pcb board. you can get it replaced through yamaha. or many other various used reciever parts lists online. If you wanted to identify the transistor thats blown find it online and just resolder that one you could do that. But id say try and look into a replacement of the board. if you shorted the poles, then there will be a lot more damage on that channel then the amps final maximizer, or amp as you refer to it. -Thanks Nate

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give me more details of trouble... let me give you advise if it can be done. 800 does not have industry standard parts mostly by yamaha only or made to order by yamaha. I have the same unit before, i have the manual too.

i use to work with yamaha service saudi arabia 6 years

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Hello!!! Are you electronic technician? You should see the transistors Q22A, Q22C, Q19C e Q19A and its drivers on Main Board. All the best, Rasgador

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