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Yamaha HTR_5990 My Yamaha receiver won't stay on for more than 2 second.

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  • pbgerety Sep 02, 2008

    I have the same problemn power display lights and shuts down need help

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    I am having the same problem


  • masellitony Mar 17, 2009

    The 10 amp fuse keeps blowing everytime I take it out of the stand-by mode. Something is pulling it down to ground and I wish I knew what that was.



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I have a Yamaha HTR 5990. This weekend it got hot and stopped working. Now when I press the master on/off or main zone on, it clicks but once and nothing happens, any suggestions? thanks..

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Unplug everything that is pluged into the reciever. plug the power cord into an outlet with nothing else pluged into it and try it again. if your electronically experienced you could try to ground it and carefully try it again. give the unit a smell, does it smell a little burnt? if you have a screw driver and a little trust in yourself tale the cover off and look at the board for visual burn marks there should be fuses inside the unit, you could check those out. If you dont see anything visually wrong and it is still not powering it would be a good idea to bring it in to an electronics repair shop and they could diagnose the problem. With the use of a volt ohm meter it would not take long.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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Hi larryavent

The unit is going into protection mode. Check you speaker cabling and connections for short circuits and frayed ends. Best way to test for speaker or related problems is to disconnect the speaker wiring from the amp and try again. If it still has the symptoms with no cables connected then it will have an internal fault. Unless you have experience with this type of gear, there is not much that is user serviceable inside. A trip to a Yamaha Service center may be in order.

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Graeme

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Is it going into protect mode???
If so, check your speaker connections. Make sure there are no loose copper wires hanging out, and that your splices are clean at both the receiver and the speaker.

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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SOURCE: what model of remote comes with this yamaha htr

The HTR-5990 comes with 2 remotes; RAV-356 for the main and RAV-21 for Zone 2.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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If it protects immediately on a cool power up you should disconnect the speaker connections and try it 'naked'. If it comes up then diagnose which lead(s) are shorted. If it does not come up the problem is internal and should be left to an experienced hands-on tech.

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