Question about Yamaha RX-V3300 Receiver
The total combined load allowed on the outlet is 100W. Make sure you are testing the outlets with a low-current device like a radio or low wattage incandescent lamp (25 or 40 W) or a night light (7 W). Also, be aware that you must have the receiver turned on for the device to work as the outlets are switched according to the main power.
If you still can't get them to work, it could be an issue with the fuse - you should take it in for service.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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