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All of a sudden it shuts off

I have a JVC TH-S33 home intertainment model and just a few weeks ago it started to sut down everytime there wud be a volume increase in the film ( like a car exploding, or guns firing ) i have checked the manual and it tells me that it is becasue of my playback, I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO SELECT OR CHANGE IT and my manual does not help either!! could you help me

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