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Yamaha RX-V757 Receiver

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".

No prior posts have worked. I am so frustrated. Has anyone had this experience?

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I thinck that you have internal short circuit in wiring of zone 2. and you must fix this wiring first befor you go ahead -or you disable it by disconnecting it-and the rest of the system will work fine.

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