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My yamaha reciver turns off when the power is turned on

Hey Hey, I wish I can come up with 300 buck to get a new one but times are hard. My yamaha reciver seems to turn off when i push the power button. I looked inside, the fuses are good. no burn marks. There is a clicking sound at the first elec board where the power cord is pluged in. All the wires were disconeccted and reciver tested again, same problem. Which parts would I be able to change and where can I order it. Would it cost more than to replace a new reciver ? Hey, thanks a million --- the system is about 5 years old - used it for about a year. Thanks a million

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