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Yamaha HTR-6090: fire hazard?

HTR-6090 7.1 Channels Receiver">Yamaha HTR-6090 gives off a lot of heat, even when it has not been on for over 12 hours. Does this sound right? I am concerned that this could be a fire hazard or at least reduce the life of the equipment.

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Re: Yamaha HTR-6090: fire hazard?

I would check your Outlets to make sure you have Clean Power and are Properly Grounded. That's usually an Electrical Problem, Not the Equipment. Although Sometimes you get Bad Apple!

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