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Has gone into proctective mode

AV will not turn-on. AV has shut down several times, but always would turn-on the next day. Need to know if a technican needs to repair the unit.

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    hi my unit ist play for 2 sec. and shot off now it will not play at all the remote works on to turn on it will not turn the unit off it looks the disply is ok help Ike.

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