Yamaha HTR-6240 shut down when it opens with click sounds
So after checking my amplifier I found a component called Sanyo stk433-330 that cause the problem,
i wanted to know, where exactly can I find this component . and if i changed with a different version it will cause a problem?
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somewhere along the way something is shorting out.
First I would check the impedance of your speakers most common are 8ohm speakers and these can be driven by most amplifiers.
Some brands of speakers are 4 ohm and even less are 2 ohm. These lower resistance speakers put a great deal of strain on most amplifiers and may cause them to go into "protect" mode and temporarily shut down.(less resistance requires more ampsrage to drive them)
Next thing to check is to make sure that none of your speaker wires have any loose strands that may be shorting out either at the speaker terminals on the amplifier itself but also behind each speaker.
Another test would be to connect 1 speaker at a time and turn the volume up to see if perhaps the short is being caused by 1 particular speaker or 1 particular channel for example it may be your front left amplifier that is failing causing the entire system to shut down.
If you can't diagnose the problem on your own you may have to have a service tech look at it. I always caution people to first establish a "value" on any item that may need repair and then decide the maximum amount of money you would invest in repairing the unit Taking into consideration that 1 hour of labor and a relatively inexpensive part can easily add up to $100 to $150.
In the past when I have had similar issues it usually came back to being something basic that we overlooked in the installation, Ie: a bad cable loose connection etc.
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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.
You are having a component failure problem in the switching circuit. This unit should be taken in for service. Since it is going into the protection mode on any switch operation the failure is serious and needs to be repaired before it causes more damage to the receiver.You can call this number to find a Yamaha service center near you. 1-800-492-6242. You can also go to the www.yamaha.com website. go to the support section and put in the model number of your receiver and check out the frequently asked questions and troubleshooting sections to see if someone else has had this problem and had a repair solution printed. I hope this helps you with your problem