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Won't power up

Hello,
I have old Yamaha RXV 995, when power up the receiver, it imediately shut down, what cause the problem.

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  • palabras2 Jan 28, 2008

    My problem is the exact same. It started off small with shutting itself off, now it just shuts down when I try to turn on.



    I'm going to see how much to get this fixed, if too pricey, I'll replace the unit. I've loved this through my disasterous marriage to now and it seems if this isn't an easy fix, its gonna go!

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Its a consideration....I will let you know.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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Gentlemen,

It isprobably caused by a corrosion on the plug. When your amp doesn't get enough juice from the mains it senses it and trips.

Try cleaning it with contact cleaners or just sand it a little with any sand paper. Hope it works as well with you as it did with mine.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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Before u dump the unit i might be willing to buy a peace of it to fix mine if ur interested let me know. facuckoff@hotmail.com

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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