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Push protect keeps flashing

I had a microphone plugged in to th stereo as well as all the other normal stuff (Woofer, TV etc) and we had it cranked for a few hours and suddenly it came up with "Protect Pushe Power". It's not my stereo, so any advice asap, would be helpful.
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Turn your volume down a bit seems you are damage the speaker's.
if u turn it down the safety will be disable it again.

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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