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Powers off when watching dvds

I have this unit hooked up to my tv, dvd player and vcr. I have no problems, EVER, when watching tv or a videotape, but when watching dvd's, every now and then the HTR will just turn off! The dvd continues to play, no problem! It's not every time, but when it happens once it tends to happen again, and then it will be fine for awhile. Any ideas?

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Hard to say if this indicates a more serious problem that should be looked into. If under warranty take the receiver back to the shop and let them worry about it. If warranty no longer valid, you should let a professional Yamaha service person look into it. But first lets see if we can't work around this problem. Is the DVD connected to its own power supply, or connected to the AC outlets in the back of the receiver? in case DVD player's power cord is connected to the back of the receiver, I suggest you connect it independently to another electricity socket, and see if this has any effect on the problem. Another thing to try is to connect the DVD audio cables to the receiver, and the video cables directly into the TV. Even if this helps you solve the problem, you're better off having someone look into it. especially if under warranty, don?t think twice. good luck

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