Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi, my yamaha receiver power on just a split second then no power. I made sure the impedence selector switch was set exactly and tried again. no luck .. any ideas?
Disconnect all your speakers from the receiver. Turn the power on, and see if it stays on. If the unit shuts off with all the speakers disconnected, then you most likely have a faulty unit, and it will need to be repaired or replaced.
If the unit stays on with all the speakers disconnected, then you most likely have a bad speaker or a bad connection with the speaker wire.
Starting with one speaker, hook it up, and turn the unit on, and again see if the unit stays on, or if it shuts off. Do this until the unit shuts off when you connect a speaker.
Then disconnect all the other speakers, and leave the suspect speaker attached. Again, try to power up the unit. If it fails with that speaker attached, but works when it is not attached, then that speaker is your problem.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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