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My older Yamaha receiver has lost volume on the TV output.

Gradually I have lost volume on my TV playing throught the TV output of the receiver. All other outputs seems fine.

Big problem if you are watching TV with the volume maxed out in order to hear, and you switch to DVD or another output with normal volume. It will almost blow out the windows.

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If TV outputs are okay.Then simply connect TV into another input on reciver, AUX,TAPE,VIDEO ETC...if problem persist then output from tv is the problem..check settings on tv

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