I played to loud and fuse blowed,took all wire off -new fuse and the same.I
have a Yamaha RX-V2400 7.1 Channnel Receiver,have 9 Speaker and two
Sups hookt up.I am very happy with the 2400.Unit is 4 Jear old.
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Re: proplem Plowen Fuse
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There are internal fuses in this unit. Check these fuses first. If you find a fuse that measures open, and the glass isn't black or black/silver then simply replacing the fuse may do the trick. Make sure you get an EXACT match for the fuses, some are slo-blow because of the power on surge it has to allow.
silly question, but have you checked the fuse in the plug? does it come on then click off again? If so you've either blowen the transformer or theirs strands of speaker wire still in the sockets caurseing it to short out,remove any speaker cables that are connected & blow in the sockets then try again,infact unplug everthing from the unit.
I had a similar problem. I have RX-V2500. No power to it when plugged it. Unplug then plug in again. Everytime you hit standby you get a click, which happens three timesand then no clicks until you unplug and replug.
I popped the cover off and just inside, where the power cable attaches, there was a white fuse. I think it was a 10A/250V (I'm in Canada), but read what the spec is on your fuse. I replaced this and it worked just dandy. Believe me - I was as surprised as the next guy.
Anyhow - hope that helps.
Obviously make sure it isnot connected to the power supply at all when you remove the cover.
Hi I have just read the specs on about your Yamaha system and you cant run 6 ohm speakers to your amp. You have to impedance match the speakers and the amp otherwise the speakers will "blow". So you need some 8 ohm speakers, the wattage of the speakers doesn't particularly matter as long as they are not too weak or too powerful becasue the amp will drive the speakers no matter what but if the speakers are of a low wattage then the amp could blow the speakers if it is turned up too loud. The specs of your amp are given in the link below.