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SOURCE: My Yamaha receiver stops working when using DVD plsyer

Is your BluRay connected via HDMI? and if so, are any other sources connected the same? if not, just for arguments sake, try hooling up the BluRay via component and digital coaxial or optical. Yamaha as well as all other AV receiver MFG have had big issues with HDMI processing. HDMI has been battling with the recording industry over HDCP and copyright issues on recording via HDMI. So, that's why HDMI has been so flaky. It's been thru versions 1.1,1.1a,1.2,1.2a,1.3a, and now 1.3b, which seems to work so far.... Anyway, sorry to stray off topic, however, HDMI has been a blessing and a curse for both professionals and consumers alike and has caused multiple strange issues with all products that use the technology. Hope this helps. Post a comment if you need further help. I've got lots of contacts for crazy issues!

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SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V793 receiver shuts down when I turn up volume. Checked the speaker wires and they seem okay. I then hooked it up to an older DVD player I had and it works fine. Don't know if it's 5.1 bu

My first thought would be that when you moved the receiver to connect another DVD, the problem quit since the speaker wires moved. The best way to test would be to re connect the original unit the same way as the new unit and test again. If it still cuts out, disconnect the speaker wires and re test. if it still cuts out, try the new player and test again. if it does not cut out, there may be a problem with the old units audio output. Generally if its a problem with the receiver it would not matter what source you are using, even the tuner on the receiver, if there was a short in the receiver it would cut out. Let me know what your results are and I will help more if needed. Best of luck!

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Connect Yamaha R-V703 receiver to HDMI or Optical output on TV to get 5.1 sound

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Running loud on very hot day it stopped working and will not turn on again, power it available at rear outlet when switched on but no activity from rv703


You know the answer.

Generally speaking, an amp protects itself from heat, shorts and overloads by refusing to turn on or stay on.


Overloads can be from excessive periods of high output and shorts would be wiring issues or a speaker blowing up.


You should be able to feel if it's hot. WHY is it overheating? Make sure it has sufficient ventilation on all sides and that vent holes are not blocked by dust balls. Ensure the fan (if equipped) is running as designed (some only operate on demand). Clean dust and debris from it.


If the amp comes back on after cooling, you're lucky. They only have so many self-protection cycles in their lives so continuously resetting or cycling their power without addressing the cause can do more harm than good.


If it protects immediately on a cool power up you should disconnect the speaker connections and try it 'naked'. If it comes up then diagnose which lead(s) are shorted. If it does not come up the problem is internal and should be left to an experienced hands-on tech.

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I have a yamaha R-V703 receiver and it has worked well until today. It was turned up loud and all of a sudden kicked off. Now every time it is turned on and the volume knob is turned it turns the unit off....


Make sure the speakers are connected correctly. Something inside overloaded and could have blew a fuse or is in protection mode. Before taking the unit in for servicing or attempting to opening it, I suggest checking that the speaker wires are connected correctly to your receiver in the back. Even one loose strand of speaker wire touching the steel panel will shut your receiver off when the volume is turned up. If that isn't the problem, then try to unplug all the speakers and test it again to confirm that the speakers are not preventing the receiver from functioning properly. Lastly, if no success, wait a while until the unit cools then try again without speakers connected.

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No sound


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Need to know how i can set up the diffrent settings on my yamaha


The answer to this problem should be in the owners manual for your product. Check the speaker wire connections and the speaker wire for possible broken connection points. Try moving the wire around and see if you get sound. If you do then you need to replace the speaker wire. If not then you need the connectors you are using on the wire that are making contact with the speaker and receiver. They all must be making good contact with the speaker wire to keep a good connection.if you find no problem with the speaker wire and the connectors, you need to try another speaker on the the wires to make sure that the connection is working.If all the connections are good and you are getting signal from the output, you have a problem with the speaker. If you have a warranty for your speakers then have the bad one repaired or replaced under warranty. If not you can try to repair the speaker by opening the cabinet and checking the input connections from the Input wire connector to the speaker. See if it has any cold solder joints that may not be connecting the signal to the speaker. If the connections look good.You need to look at the speaker itself and the electronics that may be use in sending the signal into the speaker. Look for bad or broken connections in the speaker and the components. The drive circuit may have failed and need replacing or the speaker itself may have a broken or a burnt coil. If this is the case you may want to replace the speaker. Take all the information printed on the speaker and the information in the owners manual on the speakers and write them down on paper and try to find a speaker that matches the specification. Buy it and replace it for the bad speaker.You can find information on you receiver on the www.yamaha.com website by using the customer service section and putting in the model number of your receiver. Check out the frequently asked questions and troubleshooting sections and see if someone else has had this problem or similar one and has had a solution printed.The number for Yamaha service centers is 1-800-492-6242 and for buying parts is 1-714-522-9888. You can use these numbers to get help from the service center in your area or buy parts for repairs from the dealers. I hope this helps you with your problem.

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