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Yamaha RX-V757 I have speakers wired throughout the house into a connection box which is operated through Zone 2. The circuit breaker tripped and I rest but Zone 2 won't work. When I tried to adjust Zone 2 volume, the receiver displays "FIX".

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  • DRDOWD01085 Jun 23, 2008

    The system had been operating for 5 years without a problem. The circiut breaker tripped and I reset but Zone 2 will not function. When I tried to adjust the Zone 2 volume, the receiver displays "FIX".



  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2008

    I have had the same issue. When I tried the fix list above.by using the remote, I was unable to get to manual set up

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Make sure you have not wired from box to speaker then to another speaker ,you should wire from switch box to one speaker then from box to another speaker, this presents the right load to the amp, if you have done this you may have a faulty switch box.

hope this helps.
cable guy.

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