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Cordless phone, no power

I have a BT Synergy 3505. I can get it to switch on if I press 0 and hold it, but as soon as i release the key it switches off. Your help would be very appreciated Thanks

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Re: Cordless phone, no power

Amps now have protection circuits on them now to protect them from blowing the electronics. Speakers dont usualy have any protection and can blow quite easy. Usualy when they blow they short out or short to ground and then the amp overheats and kicks off. What you can do is un hook both speakers and turn the power on if it stays on then plug each speaker back in one at a time. If it shuts off again without the speakers then it has to be somthing internal already damaged. Bass and volume are the #2 killers of systems. If when its up loud and the woofer speaker is moving in and out pretty far its on the edge of blowing.

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