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No display info on receiver

Just bought a yamha receiver RX-V661 7.1 and after conncecting all of the speakers I noticed two problems. 1. No display; I could get the radio, Dvd and Satellite TV to work with a little sound but no display light. 2. Back surround speakers no sound. I checked and rechecked all connection. I attempted the Auto Setup with the optimizer, but again no display lights and it stated Video monitor will display blah blah, What video monitor. Help

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  • El_Coach Feb 25, 2008

    Thanks for the info. I did plug my video monitor(TV) to the rear of the Yamaha, using the HDMI ports. I then attempted to use an alternative connection by using the YBR and S video and nothing. No LCD display. Thanks for the advice. I will take the receiver back.

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Try plugging a video monitor AKA your TV into that monitor output connector on the rear of the yamaha.
Select video in on the TV and see if anything shows up from the yamaha

Sounds though like the receiver has serious issues. If you can get your moeny back , do so

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