Question about Yamaha YSP-1 System
This is a common problem with these sets. This is either a faulty relay on the power board or some failed capacitor on the main board. You need to open the unit to repair it. I doubt if it would be economical to send the unit to Yamaha. You need to catch a local repair guy who could check either/both items on this unit.The relay for this unit is ' not ' easily available in the market.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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