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Saying protect and wot let us use it

When we try to turn it on it says protect and it wont let use do anything with it

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This unit will go into protection MODE for a number of reasons It has eight quick blow fuses inside the can to add to the over all protection, I have repaired electronic equipment for years and I have never come across such a well protected system. having said that I am working on a unit now that buzzes and the volume will go up when turning it up or (down) on the unit itself the remote works to turn it up or down. So your trouble take the can apart and make sure the plugs (ribbon wires) are all seated properly then try.
Presuming you have already made sure the speaker wires are in the right places and not crossing from frayed wires.
Seating the wires and cleaning the dust may just fix your troubles.
Any unit that has a fan is doubling as an air filter and there are some transistors and IC’s that will over heat in this system.

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