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I'm getting no sound from my htr-5450 reciever

I'm getting no sound from my receiver. it is a htr-5450. can you help me? it isn't muted and I've tried multiple speakers and the different speaker ports. thanks

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  • hovicks Jul 01, 2009

    Well, I'm closer anyway. I could still use some more help though. Your info helped but not the way you would think. The speaker selector for both a and b were on (but I only have speakers in a right now). But when the 6 ch input is off I hear nothing. When it is on I can barely hear the audio but it is there.

    Any other ideas? Is there something to do with the surround sound style I'm using or something? I have a yamaha remote model htr-5450 if that helps at all also.

    Thanks again. If you can help it would be much appreciated. I'm pretty frustrated right now.

  • hovicks Jul 02, 2009

    Oops...I wrote the wrong model number for the remote. it is RAV246. The receiver is htr-5450. Sorry about that. Any help would be great.

  • hovicks Jul 02, 2009

    Oops...I wrote the wrong model number for the remote. it is RAV246. The receiver is htr-5450. Sorry about that. Any help would be great.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    UNIT WILL NOT TURN ON OR POWER UP......

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Check the "speaker selector" on the front panel. Make sure A, B, or both are lit up. Also, make sure the "6 ch input" is"off" it's a button right below the volume knob on the right If it's still not working, post a comment and I'll help you troubleshoot further. Hope this helps

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