You need to check your speaker wire connections at the speakers and at the amplifier. You must have a positve and negative speaker wires touching. If you check them and still same result you need to unhook all speakers from amp and speakers and hook up one speaker at a time to see if you get message for each speaker and when you finally do you will know which speaker wire and speaker is giving you a problem.
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My guess is you have uninsulated speaker wires touching, probably in the back of the receiver. If speaker wires touch (short) like that, it should put the system into protect mode to keep from blowing the amplifier section. Good luck!
Sounds like a speaker wire is shorting against either another speaker wire or something metallic. Check your speaker wires to make sure they're not shorting (touching). If that doesn't work, I'd take it to a repair facility. Good luck!
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The output section has a problem and the amp is in "protect" mode. This will most likely require the replacing of the output transistors and a few other parts. Figure about $20 in parts plus your local labor charge.