Yamaha rx-459 turns on & then turns off within 1 second.
The issue you're describing with your Yamaha RX-459 turning on and then off within 1 second is likely a thermal protection problem. The TMP PRT:000 H error code suggests that the unit is shutting down due to overheating. This can be caused by several issues such as a clogged air filter, inadequate ventilation, or a malfunctioning cooling fan. You can try cleaning the air filter and making sure the unit has proper ventilation. If the problem persists, it could be a sign of a malfunctioning cooling fan or another issue with the unit's internal components. I would recommend contacting a professiona
My 2008 Yamaha V star mill turnover when I tried to start it but will not fire up. Why and I don't think I'm getting spark to my coil packs.
A motorcycle that turns over but doesn't start can be caused by a few different things. Some possible causes of the issue you are experiencing with your 2008 Yamaha V Star include:
- Fuel supply problem: If the fuel pump is not working properly or the fuel filter is clogged, it can prevent fuel from reaching the engine.
- Ignition system problem: If there is no spark at the coil packs, it could be due to a malfunctioning ignition module, a bad spark plug, or a problem with the ignition coil.
- Mechanical issue: If the engine is not getting compression, it could be due to a valve problem, a broken timing chain, or a seized piston.
- Electrical issue: If the engine is not getting power, it could be due to a dead battery, a corroded connection, or a problem with the starter.
It's best to check the battery and all the electrical connections first, also check if the spark plugs are fouled or damaged, if so change them
1/27/2023 4:56:48 PM •
on Jan 27, 2023
Voyetra midi orchestrator
The only Voyetra Midi Orchestra Plus software I can know was written for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. Thus there are several reasons for it to be incompatible with Windows 8. First, it was a 16-bit software; the most common Windows 8 installs use a 64-bit OS. This means that the OS has undergone a number of major changes. The installers are completely different (format/way of talking to the OS). The DLLs that communicate between the software and the OS have also changed. The drivers for MIDI devices will be totally different in the modern OS.
The documentation for Voyetra Midi Orchestra is available here: http://www.turtlebeach.com/support/files/241/
. It is a discontinued product and no one at the company that owns it will be writing a new version of the code for Windows 8. I'm not sure this software will work in Windows 7 32-bit. You might be able to use the software in a compatibility mode from a virtual version of XP. For Windows 7 Pro, Virtual PC and the XP mode package are available as free downloads and can be used if your hardware allows. Windows 8 Pro has Hyper-V but requires a licensed version of any Windows OS that you want to use. For non-pro versions of Windows software, you would need to buy a Pro upgrade. The alternative is to obtain another Virtual machine software (VMWare, for example) and a licensed copy of XP or an older version of Windows. (OEM Windows 7 Pro licenses are still available from many computer hardware vendors.)
I hope this helps.
(Many 32-bit device drivers don't work under Windows 8; older software that didn't run under Windows 7 have similar problems.)
1/23/2023 10:45:53 PM •
on Jan 23, 2023
My Yamaha psr 2000 when switched on only the blue backlight is getting displayed on the screen and none of the function keys are getting lit up
If your Yamaha PSR-2000 keyboard is turning on and the blue backlight is displayed on the screen, but none of the function keys are lit up and not responding, there may be a few different causes.
- Check if the power supply is working properly and is providing enough power to the keyboard. If the power supply is faulty, it may not be providing enough power to the keyboard.
- Make sure that the keyboard's internal battery is charged. If the battery is low, the keyboard may not function properly.
- Check if the internal fuse of the keyboard is not blown, which is a common problem on electronic devices.
- If none of the above steps work, the problem may be with the control board or the display, and the machine may need to be serviced by a professional technician.
I would recommend checking the user manual or contacting the Yamaha technical support for further assistance, as they may have specific troubleshooting steps or solutions for your model.
1/17/2023 6:07:47 PM •
on Jan 17, 2023
Yamaha RX V 657 - No Sound Output, and No input detection
Bad DSP chip. The only other possibility is if you have the "Direct" on. On the front of the receiver it's a small button. Also make sure your "Speaker Select" A/B is "on" You will see it on the display, it's also a small button on the front of the receiver. If all this is correct and you still have no audio, it's a bad DSP chip. Not worth repair, it's 400-500 repair. Not very common in a Yamaha RX-V series, but I have seen it. I'm a Yamaha Dealer. If you need further help, post a comment and I will be glad to help you further.
I have a Yamaha APX500
The battery only comes on when the battery needs changing. It blinks momentarily when you press the tuner button and slightly longer when you press and hold the tuner button to turn it off.
Yamaha RX V1000 powers on fine but puts out no sound at all.
It sounds like the Yamaha RX V1000 is not properly outputting sound from the speakers. Here are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
- Check the volume: Make sure the volume is turned up on the receiver and on the connected source (such as a TV or Blu-ray player).
- Check the speaker connections: Make sure the speaker wires are securely connected to the receiver and to the speakers. Double check that the speakers are connected to the correct terminals (positive to positive, negative to negative).
- Check the input/output settings: Make sure the receiver is set to the correct input and that the connected source is set to output sound. Also, check the Yamaha RX V1000's settings to ensure that the speakers are set to "on" and that the correct speakers are selected.
- Check the mute function: Make sure the mute function on the Yamaha RX V1000 is not activated.
- Check the amplifier section: Sometimes, the issue could be with the amplifier section of the receiver, which can be tested by a professional technician.
- Check the firmware: Make sure the firmware of the Yamaha RX V1000 is up to date, if not update it.
If none of these troubleshooting steps resolve the issue, it may be best to contact a qualified service technician to inspect and diagnose the problem. They may be able to troubleshoot the problem and make necessary repairs, or advise on replacement of certain parts if necessary.
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