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Old 28th November 2012, 06:19 PM   #1
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Default Yamaha RX-V367

I'm hoping I put this in the best section.

I just bought a broken RX-V367 with the intention of fixing it and maybe learning a little something along the way.

The receiver powers up, I hear multiple relays closing which to me suggests no problems with the power amps. The remote works, menus work and everything appears to operate.

However, so far I cannot get any sound from any outputs including the headphone jack. I have reset the receiver to factory defaults and no improvement.

Does anyone have any suggestions on what my next step should be? I'm assuming I need to scope it out but I'm a bit clueless as to how these modern receivers are laid out. I'm assuming the preamp section is a little fancier than a 1970s pioneer.
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