Why does my Yamaha receiver keep cutting out?
In many cases, premature shutoff of your unit can be caused by a problem with the speaker wiring between the receiver and speakers. A single strand of wire in the wrong place (causing a short circuit condition) will cause the unit to shut off at anything but very low volume levels.
How do I fix the HDMI port on my receiver?
Top tips to fix a HDMI fault:
- Check there isn’t a loose connection on either the Source or Display end of the HDMI cable.
- Try disconnecting and reconnecting the HDMI cable at each end.
- Check the obvious!
- Try changing HDMI channel inputs on your display – there may be an issue with either the EDID or HDCP ‘handshake’.
Why does my surround speakers not work?
Verify that the rear surround speakers are properly connected to the Audio/Video (A/V) receiver. For Dolby® ProLogic surround sound, the center-channel mode must be set to NORMAL or WIDE. If your source is a DVD or Blu-ray Disc® player, verify that the surround sound is enabled in the menu for the player itself.
Why does my TV sound keep cutting in and out?
Intermittent audio can be electronics in the Review, bad cable or contacts, or the TV itself. Start by reseating the HDMI cable at both ends; check to see if the contacts are dirty. Use another HDMI source (borrow if you don’t have one) to see if it’s the Review. Finally, see if another HDMI TV eliminates the problem.
What kind of audio quality does a Yamaha AV receiver have?
With each Yamaha AV receiver, you’ll enjoy best in class audio quality giving you the ultimate entertainment experience. Crafted and engineered to provide the ultimate in home theater experiences.
What to do if your Yamaha receiver overheats?
Turn off the Yamaha receiver and let it cool for several minutes. Yamaha receivers have a built-in electrical protection circuit. This circuit will automatically shut off the receiver if it detects a threat to the main circuit, like overheating or a power surge. Clean off the air vents in the back of the Yamaha receiver.
Where can I get service on my Yamaha?
If for any reason this is not possible, or you require additional assistance, please contact us using the information below: To obtain service for your Yamaha Percussion, Orchestral Strings, Wind, Celesta or Glockenspiel instrument, please contact the Yamaha dealer from where the product was originally purchased.
What makes a Yamaha remote a non serviceable product?
By their nature, certain types of products such as remote controls, headphones, some speakers, Sound Bars, and Desktop Audio products, etc. are considered non-serviceable products. Yamaha offers an exchange program for these non-serviceable products that are within the Yamaha limited warranty period.