I have yamaha RX V800 5.1 CHANNEL RECEIVER it was working fine . from past 30 days its working like automatically switch off and switch on. i gave this to one export in yamaha service engg but he asking me about the shematic diagram of that module. can u pls help me out about this issue and. If u have softcopy of shematic diagram kindly for to this address [email protected] or [email protected] and iam available in + 09845499835.
Hope i will get passitive reply from your end.
Manjunath K R
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HDMI compatibility issues continue to plague the industry and this more than likely is the problem. There are a couple of ways around this.Some people insist on "hot rodding" the dvd and tv by hooking up directly to each other avoiding the receiver all togeether (I do this).But you lose functionality and it makes things more complicated for other family members. Your best bet is to use RGB and Digital audio cables.You won't notice any quality loss and there is a possibility it will look better.
Hey there! Nice receiver :0)
Sorry about your troubles. I've been where you are with an Rx-V2600. Would turn on and after a few seconds click off. I thought maybe it was bad wiring but even completely disconnected it would still do it.
I took it to a shop and I was told it was a bad channel. Luckily I mentioned I had a Denon receiver that had stopped working and he said he would take that as payment.
He fixed the Yamaha and it's been working for years.
If you search the internet you should find a local authorized Yamaha repair center. I would take it there. They marked charge like a $30-$50 fee to look at it but usually they apply that towards the repair.
Hi Zanthena - my Yamaha rx v 2200 is doing exactly the same thing - did you manage to track the problem down? I have had my unit in for repair and the fault occurred again 6 hours after I re-installed it.
check to see if there are any speaker wires that are touching each other near the connections. i had this happen on an onkyo receiver and found it was a purposeful feature intended to keep you from shorting out the receiver. if the + and - speaker wires touch (at the receiver posts or the speaker posts) this can happen.