Question about Yamaha RX-V995 Receiver
SOURCE: Yamaha AV Receiver RX V-995
You may have a problem in the primary stage in your Power supply !! Unhook everything that is attached to it .... make sure the power plug is in good shape and you have the right amout of ac at the plug and good grounding ... then then try turning it on again ....
Does it stay on ??
if not .. there is something wrong probably in the primary stage of the Power Supply ... could be a bridge or something like that
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
SOURCE: yamaha receiver model rx-v550
it is your protection circuit working, preventing the unit from any further damage to circuitry. you can check first your speaker cabling for any short connections, possibly red/black terminal wires got entangled. if all ok then try removing all speakers then turn on the amp. if still does the same thing turning off then you have a problem with the amp output stage, shorted power output transistrs/driver probably. if the unit turns on normal without the speakers then you must have one or both of your speakers busted. by the way this amp is multi channel, after removing ALL the speakers connected, and does not turn off anymore, put the speakers back one by one and observe if the unit with turn off and on which set of speakers. otherwise if still trips even without the speakers, it is your amplifier that is deffeective, any of the five channels, main, rear,center. let me know result so i can guide you on how you can get it repaired and what will be the extent of damage in case.
Posted on May 22, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V1 Power
Got the same problem and did some searching.
Strange thing is that next day the amp works fine.
This is what I found on http://www.forums.hcsd.com.au/Blah.pl?m-1210733289/s-8/
SYMPTOM: The power cannot be turned on, or the protection circuit is activated to turn off the power.
CAUSE: Fluid leakage occurs from the backup capacitor C633 0.047F 5.5V (C662 in the case of RX-V3000/DSP-AX2) on the Function PCB and causes a short with the adjacent components and between patterns, resulting in operation of the protection circuit. Fluid leakage tends to occur with this capacitor particularly with high internal cabinet temperatures, with or without the power on. Often, the leakage is only visible with very careful inspection.
SOLUTION: Two types of backup capacitors are now available with a longer expected service life. When servicing, thoroughly clean the leaked fluid from the PCB and from under any nearby components before replacing the capacitor. There are models other than those mentioned above that use the subject backup capacitor. Check them for fluid leakage and replace the capacitor as needed.
Ref. No. Part No. Description Remarks
V3860300 ELECTROLYTIC CAP 0.047F/5.5V Vertical type
* VU545000 ELECTROLYTIC CAP 0.047F/5.5V
Ref. No. Part No. Description Remarks
C662 WD294400 ELECTROLYTIC CAP 0.047F/5.5V Vertical type
* WD292000 ELECTROLYTIC CAP 0.047F/5.5V Horizontal type
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
I suggest you run self diag. press [FM/AM] key + [Input mode] key and press the [power/standby] switch.
ps prt = power supply problem
dc prt = shorted output or leakly cap in channel
tmp prt means to hot on heatsink
you'll likely have to measure the resistances of the output FETs to find a short,
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
Does it work without PS3 attached?
When receiver turns off, it is usually due to badly connected/configured speakers. Try powering on the receiver without speakers.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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