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I have a yamaha RX-V 2500 receiver that won't turn on.The front display stated to check the speakers, now the unit won't turn on at all you here is a clicking sound coming from the left rear of the unit. Please some one tell me what is wring with my receiver.

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Have you checked the speaker connections as requested? How about disconnecting all speakers and seeing what happens? If it works, you have a shorted speaker or wire.

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