Question about Yamaha HTR-5840 Receiver
Brian, you have a system failure in your audio amp section. this is a multiple channel amplifier and you have to get it checked only by service personnel. your power outputs transistor probably busted and your unit wont stay because that is your protection circuit working. it protects your unit from further damage.
and for the other comment, your unit will shutoff after long epriod of time at 70%, you need more ventillation to your unit. i would suggest that you use a small fan or blower and place on top of the unit. this will provide more air circulation to your amplifier. The units is tripping already at high temperature and 70% is already a long way to go at more than an hour with all channels working. adwditional ventillation only will help you. dont let it happen though always or it will damage you amp and end up like the later unit that turns off after few seconds. busted output stage already.
Posted on May 14, 2008
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