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No sound nothing out of speakers. I have isolated and pre-amp circuitry is fine.

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  • drummy66 May 23, 2008

    my receiver is a yamaha r2000, circa 1981


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What brand is your amp, model.

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  • Redentor Rivera May 23, 2008

    you have a defective power output transistors... you have to get it repaired by yamaha if they will still accept the model. they might tell you parts no loneger available. but parts can be found else where out of yamaha. it could cost a lot though. better consider buying a newer model.

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