When i hit the power button the receiver turns on and then automatically turns off (after about 2 seconds)
i checked the manual and tried both suggestions: unplug for :30 and switch the impedance either one way or the other. nothing worked
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How to reset yamaha HTR-5650 AV receiver (maybe others) to factory default settings:
1. turn power off. 2. press the 6ch input and stereo button simultaneously for 4 seconds. Then while holding down these 2 buttons, turn the power on. 3. press preset tuning to the right until option #9 is selected. 4. Then, press program button until the *RV option is selected. 5. turn power off, wait 10 seconds. 6. turn power on, settings are reset.
Make sure the tower is getting power. There will be a green light on the back of the tower where the power cord goes. Make sure the cord is snug and that it is securely plugged in to your power source - I'm hoping it is a power surge strip and in which case, make sure the surge strip didn't get unplugged or turned off. If you have it plugged directly in to the wall then make sure that outlet has power by plugging something else in to it that you know works. After doing all of this, make check to see if there is a light on the back of your pc. If not, unplug the power from the back of the tower, wait 30 seconds at least, and then plug it back in. Hit the power button on the front just once, if it doesn't power up, press and hold the button in for a 2 seconds and release. If that doesn't work, your power supply may have gone bad. That happens from time to time. Good luck, hope this helps!
Check the main power cord if the receiver fails to turn on.
If it is unplugged or loose, securely plug it in to an electrical
outlet. If this fails, try plugging the receiver in to another outlet.
If the receiver starts, the previous outlet is damaged. Call an
electrician to repair it. If this fails, try turning the receiver on
with the remote. If this does not turn the receiver on, try turning it
on with the power button on the receiver itself. If this works, change
the remote's batteries.
Leave the receiver in "Standby" mode if it immediately goes
into "Standby" when you turn it on. With the receiver still in
"Standby," unplug the main power cord. Wait for around 30 seconds, then
plug the receiver back in.
Check the audio cables if you experience sound issues. If
they are loose or disconnected, securely reconnect them. If you still do
not have any audio, press the "Input" left or "Input" right buttons on
the front panel to select the appropriate input source. You can also set
the receiver to automatically detect input signals and select the
appropriate input source. To do this, access "Audio Select" from the
main menu and select the "Auto" option.
Try factory resetting the receiver if you experience
persistent audio or video issues. Press the "Standby/On" button on the
receiver's front panel. Press and hold the "Tone Control" button, then
press "Standby/On" again. Select the "Preset" option, then choose
"Reset." Press "Standby/On."
Protection circuit turns off the unit because of critical conditions- wrong power supply voltages or one of the power amplifier channels is bad. First, visual inspect the power amp board near the heat sink for burned resistors, test outputs for a short. If there are no problem you may try to turn the unit on and you have several second before it shuts down to check power supply voltages and power amp output voltages and bias, then ... Long story you'd better take it to a repair shop or repair at ebcelectronics.com
at the time the hard drive problem came up the receiver would of went into recovery mode this can take a good hour for it to fix and can do nothing until it would finish on its own and take care of. Doing the power reset is just like unpluging the receiver. Try unpluging again for 30 minutes and plug back in again and just wait receiver should come back on its own. Don't hit any buttons. If not will have to send out to dish for repair. 800-333-3474 dish