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Dvr-200 cinema station shutting down

Read your thread about auto shutting down was very interesting please can you advise i have one of these units that develope this problem this morning but before that has been fine i removed all of the speaker cables and still showed the problem but used your method of plugging headphones in and it has worked should i try the refridgerator method as one i remove headphones turns off instantly also one more point the speakers you say check the + - poluritys are the same surely they must of been the same to be working before but will do anything to try and sort this out does sound like an audio output fault thou as your headphone method got my dvd out and works everytime you plug them in any help richard from torquay uk email richerrich12345@aol.com thanks in advance for any help you can give

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the audio amps may be overheating and shutting down. a lot of electronic devices don't receive heat sink compound when being assembled and the heat doesn't transfer as it should. Try cooling the unit either in a plastic bag in the refrigerator or placing it in a cool airstream directed at the rear of the unit. If it's in a stack of other electronic devices, place something between the units to allow air to circulate. I hot-melt glue tinkertoy wheels to the bottom of the units myself to separate them.

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check all the wires and replace them if so needed, i would just replace the speaker wire with the good stuff from the radio shack and if it is not that then it could be a loose wire in the sub and or speakers

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