Question about Yamaha RX-V530 Receiver
Hey there snowbumswerd, a power surge may have caused the problem you are experiencing. Some higher end receivers will protect themselves from damage by setting off a breaker switch. The breaker should reset if you unplug the unit from its power source for one minute, and plug it back in. This is the easiest of all fixes. The next option is to check inside for blown fuses. Please ensure the unit is completely powered down and disconnected. They may not be obvious so look carefully. Also you can check your capacitors. They are the tube shape things that look like small batteries sticking off the board. If the top of any of these has lost it's flatness or erupted, then that is your problem. You should use a professional if this is the case. Relatively simple to fix and therefore inexpensive. Hope it helps. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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