Question about Yamaha DSP-A1 Receiver
Over the years the solder joints on the display panel become bad due to the heat that the display puts out. The way to rectify this take the cover off and dis-assemble enough to get to the display. Then using a soldering iron re-solder all of the joints on the board. You should be able to see the joints that are bad as they will wiggle. If you are un-comfortable soldering then try to find someone that is. There is a your tube video on doing this as I learned tonight. I have not done this procedure yet, but I have had the same problem for over 2 years. The display does not even work any more. Now that I have learned what the problem is I will be doing this when I feel like unhooking everything.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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