I have a yamaha RX-V800 and it cant turn on,I sent it to the dealers and they told me that they cant fix it because the parts are discontinued,i really need to fix it,I just need a schematic diagram,Please help me.
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Re: Yamaha RX-V 800
Go to yamaha service direct they should have the parts. impossible for this model to be phased out. this is a model about 6 years ago only. they still have the parts for that. Power output and driver transistors are industry standard, replaceable too byt other newer model. you just need to find a real good techie for yamaha... i mean yamaha expert
Give me more details of trouble... let me give you advise if it can be done. 800 does not have industry standard parts mostly by yamaha only or made to order by yamaha. I have the same unit before, i have the manual too.
i use to work with yamaha service saudi arabia 6 years
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REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER FOR RAV222 RXV800/1000/HTR5280Only Numbers are allowed
V6283501 The remote for the RX-V800 is the same as for the HTR5280. Please contact the manufacturer for ordering, or contact one of their distributors, whose info is listed below.
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(I have the RX-V659). Because the Yamaha remote has TWO SEPARATE buttons - power ON and power OFF (standby). This problem can't be fixed. There's a code to choose power ON and another code for power OFF. But one button can't be two buttons. Bad engineering\ design by Yamaha in my opinion
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you a copy of the codebook page... but let me try and locate it first, i have the same unit before. Yamaha code books are the same also to other models.