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Yamaha reciever model rx-v563 power cord

I have a yamaha reciever model rx-v563 and my power cord got cut halfway so i only have the piece thats connected to the reciever so how can I put a new one on or how can I fix it, or what wattage should the cable be? Please help

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It's just a power cable. Get something like this
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and lop off the end that doesn't fit, strip them and either splice it to the remnants or go inside and connect it to where the original goes.

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My Yamaha RX-V563 receiver displays "Check Speaker


Look closely at the rear connector panel of the receiver and look for pieces of stray strand wire that may be touching the speaker A binding post and the receiver chassis. If you are not using strand wire connection to the binding post then check whatever connector type you are using such as banana plug or spade plug for breakage or corrosion, the same goes for the speaker cable itself which isn't always so easy to detect. A few broken strands can cause a problem.
If it is clean, turn off the receiver and disconnect the speaker cable. Check the binding post for tightness; if you can wiggle it then it is broken and needs to be replaced.

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My Yamaha RX-V563 cuts off after a few minutes with no cables attached. I feel like throwing it in the river.


You could - or you could try getting it fixed. Its good you disconnected all cables as a test. That eliminated all external causes. At this point, either the amp module or the protection circuit is bad; either probably require professional attention. Sorry - good drowning.

Nov 15, 2010 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Very loud buzzing from speakers. it is a yamaha rx-v563. one day everything was fine, the next started the loud buzzing.


check all connections to and from the amp. have you got animals in the house. They can accidenty pull plugs while exploring behind your units.

Jul 26, 2010 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Yamaha rx-v563 just stoped working no power no displayed nothing have removed plug and tried other power points still nothing help


Check the internal fuse inside the unit. If it goes again, after replacement, get back in touch with us. If OK check the transformer and the power switch.

Mar 01, 2010 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Some water got into my Yamaha RX-V563 and it shut off. I tried to blow water out of it with an air can. It wasn't much. It will not turn back on. I tried to unplug it for a few minutes then turn it on,...


Firstly try blowing warm to hot air into it by using a hairdryer to make sure all the water is dried out & evaporated, thentry switching it on. If it still doesn't work then the input fuse may have blown & need replaced, if still no power then other components might have shorted especially the semi-conductors eg transistors/ diodes etc, you would need to check tham with a multi-meter & replace any that read short circuit. Water damage can be sometimes damage several components so check as much as you can.

Feb 14, 2010 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Yamaha reciever doesnt recognise hdmi from Mac laptop


Max does recognize receiver over HDMI-CEC.
The problem is that DVI output is for video only. Macbook won't (and can't) output audio via DVI. So yamaha receives only video signal via the HDMI connector. You can check that by pressing Option button on yamaha remote and choosing Signal Info - you will see info about video, but no audio signal present.

May 22, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Yamaha RX-V563 AV receiver. Not getting sound out of the Front B


check in the manula setup from the Menu button and press enter it should show front speaker enabled

Apr 03, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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Rx-v563 backround music much louder than people when watching tv


I would check your center speaker wiring and setting. Then switch to a different audio setting (pro logic, theater...)

Jan 12, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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No sound


Check the settings on the receiver. You may need to switch the dvd from analog to digital or hdmi.

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