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RX-V1600 2 clicks but won't switch on

My RX-V1600 won't switch on. It just makes a couple of clicks but won't power up. It's been a perfect machine for 3 years without any problems. I've tried changing the fuse - this did in fact work a couple of times, but I'm convinced it's not the fuse! Simply removing the plug and re plugging in also worked too. However now it won't do anything but click when I press the power button.

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  • fixya612 Nov 23, 2009

    Still no joy! I thought it could be a crossover with the speaker cables, so removed them ALL but without success. The shop recommended to remove all then try to switch on to see where the problem was. Still nothing, so it's gone in to be repaired. Let's hope it's not too expensive! Richer Sounds £40 to look at it and see what the problem is, then they quote you if it's more than £40.

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I have the same problem, any resolution on this one yet?

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Check your wiring for shorts. if there are none.
Then get the amp to a Qualified Yamaha Tech for repair / test / burn in and possible firmware update.

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