Question about Yamaha RX-V795 Receiver
Mine shuts down after only a few seconds too. Was told it was a power supply issue which needs to be replaced...
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There is whats called a protection circuit inside this receiver. This is what is supose to happen when the receiver detects a short in one or both of the output stages of the amp. Unless you have a service manual or have the know how to work on solid state receivers, my best advice is to take the unit into an authorized Yamaha repair depot and have them take a look at it, as they can hook up the receiver to a set of load resistors and run the amp to max capacity and see when the amp section of this receiver starts to clip and that will give them an idea of where your problem is. I'm afraid there is no fix that an end user of this receiver can do. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 07, 2007
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