I have had my Yamaha HTR-6030 for about 6months. A few days ago the sound completely stopped. My 6yr old son said he pushed a bunch of buttons on the remotes of our cable box and the stereo, but we can't seem to figure out what he did. If I crank the volume all the way I hear the static sound but thats it. If I play a DVD I can hear a muffled base sound only if I turn the volume all the way up. I have gone through the manual for the reciever and did all of the troubleshooting and it still won't work. We have called the cable company and he tried to help but couldn't figure it out either. Was hoping it was the cable and not the receiver. Any suggestions would be great.
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my best guess on this one is probably not the speakers but the sound system or device sending the signal to the speakers or the wiring to the speakers is shot if you are sure that all of this is fine then the problem is the speakers do not have enough power to play and it might be the psu that is shot.
I found this answer up above and it working. I check my speaker wires and fixed some and it has been working since then. I copied the answer below.
barbu51 Rank: Guru
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First i would strongly suggest that you review your wiring, since the
problem occurred after those change ,
It might also be just coincidence.
When you are playing something(music) go around and listen carefully to
each of the speakers, check for muffled or distorted sound, that could
indicate a speaker or wiring problem.
Of course the problem could also be in the receiver.
The protection circuit in your amplifier could be acting up(too
sensitive), in that case you might need the help from a local repair tech.
Hope this will help Good luck
As simple as this sounds, try hitting the speaker a/b button on the front of the unit, next to the headphone jack. I had the same problem, and was about to package the whole thing back up and go back to Best Buy when I hit this button and then the audio test worked.
1. The power cord is not completely insered.
2. the impedance selector switch on the rear panel is not fully set to the upper or lower end - (set it when the unit is in the standby mode)
other then that, you will have to call for a service.