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Recently, lightning struck close to the house and caused a power surge. The receiver was in standby mode, since then, the unit will not turn on. Is there a breaker or fuse that can be reset/replaced?

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If the unit doesn't operate properly due to a power surge or lighting strike, sometimes the unit should be unplugged for a minute, and then replugged in to reset the internal microcomputer which has been frozen.

The manual did not say that there was a fuse or circuit breaker, specifically, on the unit.

I looked at the back and there don't seem to be any fuses that can be replaced.

Also check that the ac power cord is plugged in properly.

If the above doesn't solve the problem, then try the service link below:

http://usa.yamaha.com/dealers/service_locator/index.html

Good luck on this repair.

Posted on Nov 07, 2010

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