When solve returns an empty result, that means it can find no analytical solution.
And since you have symbolic parameters in the equations, no numerical solution can exist. That is, at least ya2 has no value set, so it is a symbolic parameter. There might be others, but I did not look carefully for more than one parameter.
Sorry, but it is pretty easy to pose a problem for which no solution exsts. In fact, you just did it!
If you have a value for ya2 (and any other parameters in there that I missed) then you can use solve. The solution will probably not be unique then. And even then, it might only exist as a numerical solution.
Just because you want something to exist, does not make it so. Unless of course, your wand skills are pretty good. Mine simply are not sufficient.