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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The unit can not read the discs. It will search through all 6 positions then quit. Try opening up the unit and cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. Update this with your results.
Posted on May 07, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha rx770 stereo receiver
I have the same receiver with the same problem. I fixed it by using a cleaning spray on the inside of the input switch. Deoxit 5 is the cleaner and it took care of the problem.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
Probably selector switch when you turn to CD mode. The ball bearings inside the switch make poor connection resulting in intermitant problems to either speaker. Yamaha knows the selector switch is defective but has stayed silent. I've had mine replaced for $144.00 Can and it works AOK now. Different switch of course. I've had my problems with that switch for a long time and it was after a few years that a knowledgeable technician knew of the problem. Poor support by Yamaha! I'll never buy a Yamaha product again nor will my relatives and friends. Do the calculations and assess whether the cost of the switch is worth the value of the receiver. I think it is worth it as the receiver when it works is excellent. It is at a stage now when other problems could creep in though including corrosion on the boards and solder joints so have the technicians do a entire quality check at the same time...
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Check for basic things like speakers being turned off or switched to speaker b from a and the tape monitor switch being on. Larry's Electronics.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
SOURCE: Sherwood RX-5502 receiver - get
After doing all this troubleshooting on your receiver, Check if master volume on the surround levels are too low. Adjust master and surround level.
There may aIso incorrect selection of the input source. Select the correct input source.
If after doing this the problem still continue, it means the sound ic in the receiver is damage. the sound ic brings out the sounds from the receiver. You will have to open the receiver to locate the sound ic in the receiver and use the multimeter to read capacitors and change the damage ones.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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