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Ive a sony stereo as soon as i turn it on it turns it self back off?

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  • markblewd Oct 06, 2008

    hey the model is mhcrg660

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What is the model??

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  • Barney Lucas Oct 06, 2008

    Thank you for providing the model. Sorry ,but it is very late where I am. I will get back with you tomorrow. It sounds like a shorted audio output IC. I am going to investigate online further.Check Back!

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SOURCE: sony mhcrg660

Your audio output IC is shorted.Time for the repair shop.
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