Question about Yamaha RX-V1200 Receiver
Sounds like it may be triggering an actual or false short circuit. It's more likely the protection circuit is coming in to play. Now this could be because a component has gone down which is causing the kind of surge that would cause a protection circuit to kick in, or it could be the protection circuit itself which has become extra sensitive (this happens more often than you'd think) and so it just kicks in at the slightest bit of current. You need to take it to a tech person for a look.
The protector usually means that there is something wrong within the system. It could be something simple like a wire exposed or shorting, but it could also be a component on the board that has gone bad. This warning is keeping more damage from happening by shutting down. I would disconnect everything from the unit first and power it on, if you get the same warning then the unit will probably need to be serviced. If it does turn on, then hook up each device one by one and check if the error happens again. If it does then you may have a wire or component issue.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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