Question about Yamaha DSP-A3090 7-Channel Amplifier
1) When turning the power on you can here the power click on and you can see the lights on the knobs but not the main screen, then the power kicks off. Will not stay on.
2) The volume control knob will not respond to the remote control. Works fine manually.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Well, found a unbelievable electronic repairman. He was not trained on the yamaha receiver but was very experienced in the field and said if I would pay $75 he would take a real look at it. He found the problem. It wasn't the power supply, it was quite simply two parts that had gone bad. It was the following parts, hopefully this will lead some others to the correct problem or atleast another idea to considcer when looking for the problem. First part was (2 each)
PN# LC75710NE, Price: $58.55 each, Second part was a Resistor, PN# R1.2W1.5, Price: $7.00. The receiver works like brand new.
If anyone wants to talk to this technician here is the contact info.
Universal Electronics, Phone# 251-414-3411 or
Thanks for all your previous help.
Posted on May 10, 2008
I'm dying to crawl into mine, as it exhibits the same problem. Any ideas where to start? I'm not at all afraid of doing some work on this thing, but I don't wanna do anything I can't undo.
Thanks so much in advance for any assistance.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
The initial click you hear is the relay for the main transformer. It will not completely power up beucase you have a major trouble in your power output stage badly shorted output already. the lite for the knowb is 5v, that is the standby power for the CPU. You really don't have a power on in the main circuit because it is in a protective shut off mode.
Yamaha service before
i like this model very nice...
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
Hi james, Hard to pin down a diagnosis of the problem without having a looksee under the hood. Good amp, worth repair, if you are into it. Could be a number of things
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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