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Samsung surround ht-tx25 flashes up protective mode then turns off

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SOURCE: i have a samsung model ht-tz215/xeu dvd i switch

HI,
With regards to your recent query, when you
get a 'Protection' message on your unit it usually means the unit is
overheating. Please make sure there is nothing blocking the air vents on
the unit, nothing is sitting on top of the unit and that it is not near
any hot items like radiators. Please also check the cables that connect
the speakers, disconnect them all, reconnect, turn the unit off and back
on. If you have checked all of the above and the same thing still
happens, try resetting the unit, full instructions can be found in the
troubleshooting part of the user guide. Where did you purchase the
product?

ELSE

DO THIS

Pressing the STOP button on the front panel andholding it for 5 seconds". The power indicator flashes once and thesystem resets! wink.gif

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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SOURCE: samsung dvd home theater HT d5610

I am looking for and to purchase an antenna for my HT D5610. Thank you for any help you can provide me with.

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HI,
With regards to your recent query, when you
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I am sure that you can have it serviced but it might be cheaper to purchase a new player.
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