Yamaha RX-V673 user manual

User manual for the device Yamaha RX-V673

Device: Yamaha RX-V673
Category: Uncategorized
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Size: 15.59 MB
Added : 7/25/2023
Number of pages: 138
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Yamaha RX-V673 - Support and Troubleshooting

How do I play TV through my Yamaha receiver?

1. Ensure all devices are turned off before you start connecting.
2. Connect the Yamaha receiver to your TV. Usually, you will use an HDMI cable for this connection. The HDMI cable should be plugged into the HDMI output port on the TV and into the HDMI input port on the Yamaha receiver.
3. Connect your Cable box, Gaming console, or any other device you want to listen to on your Yamaha receiver. These should also be connected with HDMI cables.
4. Turn on your Yamaha receiver and select the correct HDMI input to which your TV is connected.
5. Turn on your TV and select the correct HDMI output that the Yamaha receiver is connected to.
6. Check your TV's audio settings. Ensure that the TV’s audio is set to “External Speaker” and not "TV Speaker" in the audio settings.
7. At this point, you should be able to watch TV through your Yamaha receiver. The video will be displayed on your TV, and the audio will be routed through your receiver to your speakers. If you're watching TV from a cable box or a streaming device connected to the receiver, make sure those devices' audio settings are also correctly configured to pass sound to the receiver.
Remember, in order for this to work correctly, you need to have your TV, receiver, and viewing device configured properly. Always ensure you’re selecting the correct HDMI inputs/outputs on your devices.
If you encounter any issues, refer to your user manuals for device-specific advice.
Note: This is a general guideline and the exact steps may vary based on the specific models of your devices.

Why does my Yamaha receiver shut off after a few seconds?

There could be several reasons why your Yamaha receiver is shutting off after a few seconds. Here are a few common causes:
1. Overheating: The receiver may be overheating and automatically shutting down to prevent damage. Ensure that there is proper ventilation around the receiver and that it is not blocked by any objects. You can also try running a fan near the receiver to keep it cool.
2. Speaker impedance mismatch: If the speakers connected to the receiver have an impedance that is lower than the recommended minimum, it may cause the receiver to shut off. Check the speaker impedance and make sure it matches the specifications given by the receiver.
3. Short circuit or electrical issue: There may be a short circuit or electrical problem in the wiring or power supply that is causing the receiver to shut off. Check all the connections and ensure that there are no loose or frayed wires. Try plugging the receiver into a different power outlet or using a different power cord to rule out faulty wiring.
4. Faulty components: There could be a faulty component inside the receiver, such as a blown fuse or a malfunctioning circuit board. In such cases, it is recommended to contact Yamaha's customer service or a professional technician for assistance.
It's important to note that troubleshooting electrical equipment can be dangerous. If you are unsure about any steps or feel uncomfortable doing it yourself, it is always wise to seek professional help to avoid any potential harm.

Why is my Yamaha receiver keeps shutting off?

There could be several reasons why your Yamaha receiver keeps shutting off. Some possible causes include:
1. Overheating: If the receiver is not getting proper ventilation or if its vents are blocked, it can overheat and automatically shut off to prevent damage. Make sure the receiver has enough space around it to dissipate heat and check if its vents are clear from dust or any obstructions.
2. Speaker impedance: If you have connected speakers with an impedance that is lower than what the receiver can handle, it may overload the amplifier and cause the receiver to shut off. Check the speaker's impedance and ensure it is compatible with the receiver's specifications.
3. Faulty wiring or connection: Poor or loose wiring can cause intermittent power interruptions and lead to the receiver shutting off. Ensure that all cables and connections are secure and properly connected.
4. Power fluctuations: If your power supply is unstable or experiencing fluctuations, it can cause the receiver to shut off. Consider using a surge protector or voltage regulator to stabilize the voltage going into the receiver.
5. Firmware issues: In some cases, outdated firmware or a software glitch can cause the receiver to behave unexpectedly. Check if there are any firmware updates available for your Yamaha receiver and ensure it is up to date.
If the problem persists despite these troubleshooting steps, it may be worth contacting Yamaha customer support or consulting with a professional technician to diagnose and resolve the issue.
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