Question about Yamaha HTR-5790 Receiver
My kid has turn the power on when the volume was up to the limit. I shut the receiver off immediately. When I turned it on now there is only a very low on a top volume leven and only from one speaker. Oe of friedns told me that the receiver might have lock itself for protection. how do I unlock if that is the problem
Was there any source playing through the amp when your kid turned on the system?mabye the cd or dvd.If so the speakers may be blowen,to find out put a finger each side of the dome on the bass driver and press gentley,if you hear a rough sound a little like sandpaper or if the cone is stuck you have blowen sprakers,if not let the amp stay off for a couple of hours it should reset.Ps system lock is in your amp menu at the end of the setup list,but this is to lock your settings.
A good habit to get into is to turn system to mimamum when not in use.
hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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