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SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V2600 I can not access my receiver's on

Perform a master reset :
Here's How -->Set the master switch to OFF. Press and hold the Straight (Effect) button behind the front panel, then turn the master switch to ON. This takes you to the advanced Setup Mode. Use the program selector knob to get to User Preset, switch this to RESET. Turn the unit off via the master switch. Next time you power the unit on, all the factory settings should be restored with the exception of system memory and auto setup settings.

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SOURCE: Yamaha rx-v2600 displaying message "start upgrader

It shows "start upgrade" it means the upscaling videos to HDMI screen. ( High Bandwith Digital Multimedia Interface ).
It also scales component to 720p dvd quality...
Sound quality also increases..
So for that you need to upgrade it with proper functions .. For that you can call the shop people to do properly.

Thanks..

Posted on May 22, 2011

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Yamaha RX-V2600 completely dead ... any ideas


If it is plugged in to a working outlet, and the AC cord is not broken, there is a problem in the power supply of the receiver. This provides all of the DC voltages that make all functions work. If it is completely dead, the display, the lights, the audio, (everything) is not working; and it is not likely there are separate problems in all of these areas at the same time.

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check the DC converter and associated transistors. an overload may have taken some out, and rendered the unit useless.

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Try checking your speaker impedance. If you have 6 ohm or 8 ohm speakers make sure the impedence matches. On the front panel hold down button that says "straight effect" while pressing Stanby/On button, it will default to SP IMP 8 min, press straight effect again, if you have 6 ohm speakers, then press Standby again to exit setting. Also, double check your speaker wires to make sure they are all connected, and none are loose.

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Since hooking up my dvd player(blu-ray)with hdmi, my video completly drops off after the receiver has been powered up for about 3 mintutes. This is not a problem when using component input and output- only...


The RX-V2600 is first generation HDMI and the firmware is HDMI 1.1a or b It will not pass video via HDMI. It's not a Yamaha problem, it was an HDMI problem. Every receiver with 1.1 or 1.2 firmware has issues. The newest version is 1.3b and so far so good. I'm a home integrator and still am leary of HDMI for that very reason! expensive cables too! if you are viewing on a TV 50" or smaller, the human eye cannot see the difference between 720p and 1080p. if your TV is bigger, run the HDMI directly to the TV and run Digital Coaxial or Optical audio to your receiver. That is the only solution. Hope this helps

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Turn the "Video Conversion" to "On" if that's not it post a comment and we can dig further. Hope this helps.

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