Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
First of all you will need to cross check the remote with a sensor to confirm. If not while using the remote check for change in voltage in the input of the sensor inthe amplifier. If there is no change then check for failrueof the remote IR emitter/ the remote controller IC or bad tracks. Check this out. If sensor is detecting then trace to the microprocessor of the Amp for any connection issues, solder the joints in this circuit. Sometimes the idications shows on remote but may have a wrong frequency. So check the crystal on the remote. helpful I hope. Good day
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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