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Reset system I was jamming the other night on my system, and all of a sudden--no sound. I think one of the sensors kicked the unit off as a safety measure, and I need to reset it. Can someone tell me how to reset my YSP-800? turns on but no sound

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Dear Customer,

Check it out first power lines is it ok on stabilised,

than check at minimum amplification ,

Amplifier must not have more than
82 W total power:
2 W x 21 + 20 W x 2

check it with passion & care,

THNX.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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