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Power outage so Yamaha htr3064 won't turn on. is there a reset procedure for this receiver?

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Unplug the unit for 30 minutes and try again. It may reset. If you had a power cut, there may have been a surge just before the power went off and electrically damaged something in the unit.

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hope this helps
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1 Hold down STEREO on the Front Panel
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