G`day guys and girls, when i try to power on the unit, it makes a click noise like nomal. exept the display remains blank and there is no output. i have checked all speaker connections. they seem fine. i have disconected the power for one minute, to see if the unit reset itself. still no result. look forward to your suggestion. thanks.
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Re: yamaha rx-v3300 av receiver
Old amps with no display (no computer) are repairable for ever, but
when the display goes out like in yours - it is pretty much not
economically repairable. You can look inside for any obvious
damage (black or blown parts) but thats doubtful. Check the
voltages on the power supply. Should find 5v, 12v maybe a
negative voltage. Could have lost a voltage regulator in the
power supply causing the digital circuits to be down. good luck
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Assuming everything is plugged in properly (check the manual to be sure), and you're using a setting that makes use of the left channel (try the Stereo setting to be sure), something has failed within the receiver. This type of receiver isn't designed to be user-serviced. You'll need to send it to a qualified repair shop or replace the unit altogether.
The total combined load allowed on the outlet is 100W. Make sure you are testing the outlets with a low-current device like a radio or low wattage incandescent lamp (25 or 40 W) or a night light (7 W). Also, be aware that you must have the receiver turned on for the device to work as the outlets are switched according to the main power.
If you still can't get them to work, it could be an issue with the fuse - you should take it in for service.
I had a similar 'drop out' problem with my Yamaha RX-V3300.
Problem- Possibly loose speaker connections.
I have banana connections which I unplugged; tightened speaker terminal connections at back of receiver and then reinserted banana speaker connectors- which remedied problem. There is possibly some kind of loose connection either caused by the banana plugs or at speaker connectors at the back of the receiver, which was remedied (i.e. possibly temporarily) by reinserting the banana plugs.
I also previously thought something was wrong with the main on/off power relay which was 'dropping out' and replaced it, but then 'drop out' problem returned a few days later. I reinserted and tightened speaker connectors, which has it working again.
Sounds like the processor has locked up in the unit. Try powering it right down from the wall socket for a day to reset, and then retry operation. If that does not work, leave it disconnected for about 10 days to erase backup memory completely and then try again. Good luck. Don't forget to give me a "FixYa" rating if this works. If it doesn't, get back to me in here and we can talk more about it.