Question about Philips HTS3400/37B System
I just got this installed and found out that after playing (either DVD,CD, or FM radio) for about 40 minutes or so, the sound suddenly got lowered automatically before being shut off. If I turn it off for about 12 hours or so, I can restore the sound but the same problem emerged again. Could you please help
I opened mine up and installed a different fan that i got from a computer system. It seems to work just fine now. I can watch it or listen to it at full blast. It seems to be that the system is overheating. Not sure what the previous fix post was about. aka "IC"...not sure what he is talking about. My fix seems to have worked however.
Posted on Mar 18, 2007
Your sytem is going into protection power regulayor ic needs to be renewed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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