Question about Yamaha HTR-5560 Receiver
Sounds like the unit is set to shutdown if it detects a short in the amplifier. The problem can be within the supply but it is most likely in the amp section of the unit. Transistors will go out over time and need to be replaced. Find a local repair shop and have them estimate the repair for you. the cost on something like this can be in the 70.00 range depending on shop rates in your area and the extent of the problem.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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