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Yamaha reciever my reciever will work for a moment and then shut off.i have two speakers connected to it and a you have any ideas what might be shutting it off.i do not have it in front on is at my folks house.

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Re: yamaha reciever

Part of it more than likely is your power supply or outlet.
two the draw on your other componets could be shorting it.

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