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post #1 of 8 Old 06-05-2010, 10:58 AM - Thread Starter
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About a week ago my RX-V765 started to shut down about 5 seconds after pressing the power button. I checked the speaker wires for shorts and checked the speaker impedance setting per the manual. Also, I have tried disconnecting all the speaker, HDMI, other cables -- same result. After three attempts the receiver will not turn on at all until the receiver is unplugged from the outlet and plugged back in. The same problem still occurs.

When it first started happening, after a few attempts it would stay on. Once it stayed on everything worked fine and it would not shut down even after leaving on for a day. There were never any messages on the display to check something. As week went on, it took more attempts to get it to stay powered on. Now, it will not stay on no matter how many times you try to press the power button.

I have had this receiver less then a year and am surprised this is happening with a Yamaha product.

Has anyone had this problem and if so what was the fix?
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post #2 of 8 Old 06-05-2010, 11:01 AM
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If the AVR will not stay POWERED ON with NO loudspeakers connected then the problem is internal, needs to go to the service center..

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The fix is probably an RMA. But make sure that HDMI-Control or HDMI-CEC is turned off in each connected component.
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Yamaha is no different than other companies in that failures may occur. Failures in less than a year are why warranties exist.
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I have exactly the same problem with an RX-V765 that I bought a year ago. I talked to Yamaha and they said that it may be a short in the speaker connections. They asked me to disconnect the speakers and try again, which I will do later today.
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Having same problem.
Anyone know the solution.
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post #7 of 8 Old 12-28-2010, 08:09 PM
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The solution is to either fix your wiring, replace a defective speaker(s), or have it serviced far as I know. Did you do basic diagnostics, such as unhooking all speakers to see if the problem went away?

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Send for repair I think..
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