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My yamaha htr 5935 turns off by itself after 3 seconds. I have disconnected all the speakers and it still does it.

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I had the XM antenna plug come loose. In the process of trying to re solder it I had to remove the small shield over the plug. With the shield removed the reciever would shut off after 3 seconds. Once I soldered the shield back on it stayed powered up. I hope this helps.

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