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Michael Berman Posted on Dec 08, 2006

HTR 5620 Receiver clicks on and off repeatedly

Hi, I posted this under the 5635 group because there wasn't one for the 5620. My receiver just started cycling on and off when I try to use it. It basically just clicks on/off/on/off every second or so. I can't use it, and I have no idea what to try. Before this started, we unplugged the power strip that it was plugged into (the receiver was off at the time), so I don't know if that could have caused this or not. I haven't tried anything to fix it.

  • Michael Berman Dec 08, 2006

    Based on what I have read on here, I just tried some basic trouble-shooting. I unplugged the speaker wires and turned it on, and it worked fine. I then plugged them back in and it didn't work. I checked all the connections on my speakers, but they were fine. I then tried plugging the speakers into the second set of speaker outputs, but still had the same problem. Does this mean there is a problem with the speakers or with the receiver?

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Anonymous

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  • Posted on Jun 20, 2008

SOURCE: I've got a home theater

YOU SHOULD HAVE A SUB OUT PUT ON THE BACK OF THE AMP MARKED PRE OUT IF NOT CONNECT THE FRONT LEFT AND RIGHT SPEAKER OUT PUTS TO THE SUB THEN FROM THE SUB TO YOUR SPEAKERS.

HOPE THIS HELPS
CABLE GUY.

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Anonymous

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2008

SOURCE: Bi-Amping my speakers with HTR-5850

You can at a minimum, bi-wire your speakers by wiring the speakers with the A and B speaker outputs. The A speaker outputs end up running the tweeters and the B will end up powering the woofers.

Anonymous

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  • Posted on May 18, 2009

SOURCE: Yamaha HTR-5830 Video shut down.

You have having a problem with the video amp clipping the signal after it get hot. You have one way to try to temporarily solve this problem. Try putting more air flow over your receiver and cooling down the temperature inside the receiver and see if the video amplifier starts working correctly. If it does then you must put a fan on it somewhere that will keep the air flowing so the video amplifier is not allow to overheat. If this does not solve the problem, then you will need to have the amplifier replaced for it to work correctly. If the unit is under warranty then call this number 1-800-492-6242 to locate a service center in your area. Call them for help with your problem. You can also try looking on the www.yamaha.com website. Put in you model number and check in the frequently asked questions and troubleshooting sections for people who have had similar problems with this unit and see if they printed a solution for the problem. I hope this helps you with your problem.

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Mando Mojica

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2009

SOURCE: Lightning Last Night Nocked The Receiver Out.

leave unpluged overnight. usually capacitors hold charge and will release slowly. try that if doesnt work powersupply is bad.

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Sep 17, 2009

SOURCE: Yamaha HTR-6130 Receiver will not stay on! Shuts

The Sleep Timer must be sert to OFF.

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How do you insert a banana plug into a Yamaha Htr 5850

To insert a banana plug into a Yamaha HTR-5850 receiver, follow these steps:
  1. Turn off the receiver and unplug it from the power source to avoid any electrical shock.
  2. Locate the speaker binding posts on the back of the receiver. There should be one for each speaker channel, usually labeled with a positive (+) and negative (-) symbol.
  3. Unscrew the binding post's plastic collar by turning it counterclockwise to reveal the hole for the banana plug.
  4. Insert the banana plug into the hole, making sure that the positive plug goes into the positive terminal and the negative plug goes into the negative terminal.
  5. Tighten the plastic collar by turning it clockwise until it is snug against the banana plug. Make sure that the plug is securely connected to the binding post.
  6. Repeat the process for each speaker channel.
  7. Once you have connected all of your speakers, plug in the receiver and turn it on to test your connections.
It's important to note that banana plugs may not be compatible with all speaker binding posts, so be sure to check the specifications of your receiver and speakers before purchasing banana plugs. If you're not comfortable working with electronics or unsure about any of the steps involved in connecting banana plugs to your receiver, it's best to consult a professional or authorized Yamaha dealer for assistance.
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How to set channels for stations so they are locked to my stations

You can let the Yamaha HTR-5660 set stations for the FM band automatically. To manually set the station in one of the memory banks, first tune to the desired frequency (AM/FM band). Press Memory on the receiver. The memory light will flash for 5 seconds. Press the A/B/C/D/E to select the desired memory group while memory light is flashing. Make sure that you see the colon after the letter. Use the preset/tuning left right arrows to select the memory bank (1-8) to use in that group. This also needs to be done while the memory indicator is flashing. Press Memory to save the frequency in the desired memory location. If that memory group and bank had a station frequency stored in the location, it will be erased and the new one saved. If you do not finish the procedure before the Memory indicator stops flashing, you will have to repeat the steps.

You can recall the stored stations from either the remote or the receiver by pressing the A/B/C/D/E button multiple times (as needed) and the preset/tuning buttons. On the receiver, the A/B/C/D/E button is also the Next button. On the remote, it's the Menu/Set Menu button.

The steps for presetting stations is shown starting on page 33 of the manual, https://www.manualslib.com/manual/197490/Yamaha-Htr-5660.html?page=37#manual . The entire manual is available here: https://usa.yamaha.com/files/download/other_assets/3/319793/01_om_htr-5660.pdf .

I hope this helps.

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How I how do I reset my htr 6060 Yamaha receiver

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Yamaha receiver HTR-3064 turn on but go to protection mode no sound

Htr-3064 reset power on - Fixya

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Jan 8, 2014 - htr-3064 reset power on My Yamaha HTR-3064 will not turn on at all. ... 'straight' button as you power up to go into "advanced" menu (under DILLIGAF's post.) ... Not sure if I needed to unplug everything, but I was about to .... How do I turn ofprotection mode on my optimus sta 3200 receiver digital No sound.

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I have Yamaha HTR-5940. When I turn it on it's automatically turns itself off.

Shorted component/s at its power amplifier section circuit. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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Htr-3064 reset power on

I had a Power surge in Brisbane this week and found my YAMAHA HTR-3064 AV receiver unresponsive. Thanks to the Squish22's post, I tried the above approach, which is also listed for another Yamaha model (RX-V667) Unfortunately nothing happened. Another post suggested holding the 'straight' button as you power up to go into "advanced" menu (under DILLIGAF's post.) This also did not work.
I thought I'd try pressing all 3 buttons and powering up, which worked a treat. so here's exactly what I did:

Yamaha HTR-3064 - Protection mode reset:
  1. Remove the Power cord form mains power and wait 10 seconds.
  2. Plug cord in and turn on wall socket power.
  3. While holding down "info", "straight" and "tone control" buttons, press "main zone" power button. I got a click and it was good to go from there.
I had all of my speakers unplugged at the time and tested off the headphone jack before plugging all the cables back in again. Not sure if I needed to unplug everything, but I was about to dismantle and look for a fuse when I tried this method.
Saved me a new system / service fee. Hope it helps you too.
Thanks Squish22 and DILLIGAF for the head-start!
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Yamaha HTR-6130 Front right and left speakers with no sound

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I've got a home theater in a box with the HTR 5635 receiver. I've moved and lost the set-up directions and have forgotten how to hook up the subwoofer to the receiver. Can you help me?

YOU SHOULD HAVE A SUB OUT PUT ON THE BACK OF THE AMP MARKED PRE OUT IF NOT CONNECT THE FRONT LEFT AND RIGHT SPEAKER OUT PUTS TO THE SUB THEN FROM THE SUB TO YOUR SPEAKERS.

HOPE THIS HELPS
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Powers off when watching dvds

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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