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No Sound I can't get my Yamaha Receiver to work in any mode. The only way I can get sound is in Multi channel and I know that is not right. There have been a few occasions after working at it for hours I would get it to give me sound but as soon as I shut down and turned it back on I would have no sound again. I'm sure my connections are right but if you want me to I can take a picture with My digital and send it to you. I have this receiver for 6 weeks and Yamaha does nothing to help me. If you can think of anything that might help I would really appreciate it,so thanks in advance and if you need me for any questions I'm here every day, again thanks. Chris Zevlas [email protected]

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  • chris zevlas Apr 04, 2007

    Hi, thanks for the quick response, I will
    check into it in the morning and see if that is the case, again thanks.

    Chris zevlas

  • mike 6243 Mar 23, 2008

    Hi all,my amp has a very similar problem.The set from new always appeared to run hot, and now I have no audio output from any channel.I have disconnected the unit and re-tried the connections and did get a sound out of it but it then failed again. Any help would be appreciated.

    Regards

    Mike

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Check the audio circuit the set might have some lose solder.if that does not work replace the audio output.and related circuit that will remedy your problem,good luck.

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