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Unit starts to come on and then shuts off and the stand-by light flashes

I have checked the speaker connections and found that a couple were slightly loose. I tightened them but have found no improvement.

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By the wires being loose it sometimes blows the main power circuit.If you unplug everything from the back and it still does it you'll need to take it in and get it fixed..The main power circuit blew or the diode for the speaker power is shorted..

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