Question about Yamaha HTR-5790 Receiver
There is a post to this already about checking your voltage inside the unit on the back right hand side and how that is done. my guess is your system is set up with all your other devices hooked into one wall outlet and you overloaded it. Or maybe used a ext amplifier to increase your wattage. IF you try out holding down the ABCD method as described and press input? it may overide the factory setting when the unit experience any type of power malfunction.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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Took my Yamaha HTR 5790 to a repair shop for an estimate to repair. Cost me $50 for estimate to be applied to repair. It needed two circuit boards replaced at a cost of $390.00.
SOLUTION... they kept my $50 and I bought a new AV Receiver that WAS NOT a Yamaha.
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