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RX-V1600 when i turn on no sound or channels display on

Hi, I have a yamaha RX-V1600 and when i turn on no sound came out, and in the display the channels ligths don't turn on, i tried changing the inputs like radio or dvd but nothing came out...

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If you are sure that the speaker wiring is correct and connections are good, then:

  • Check the input and output connections are correct for each source.
  • Check that the input mode is not set to DTS or Analog - rotate the input selector to the source and the press the input mode, set it to Auto.
  • Also check that the front speakers to be used are selected A or B (or A+B).
  • If there is an optimiser microphone supplied with this receiver, ensure that it is not still plugged in.
Hope one of these solutions work for you.

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