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MY HOME THEATRE AMP. SHUTS OFF ITSELF, AND SOMETIMES SCREAMS W/ N

I HAVE HAD THIS RECIEVER FOR A YEAR NOW. THINGS ARE ALL HOOKED UP. SOME SPEAKERS DO NOT WORK. BUT IT NOW FIRST TURNS OFF BY ITSELF, AFTER ABOUT 15 TO 30 MINUTES. I HAVE TO UNPLUG IT TO TURN IT OFF, ONCE i TURN IT BACK ON AGAIN, AND AFTER 30 MINUTES, IT STARTS TO SCREAM THIS REALLY LOUD HIGH PITCH SOUND!!! IT ROCKS THE HOUSE. ONLY WAY TO TURN IT OFF IS TO UNPLUG IT. FREAKY STUFF I KNOW. ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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First suggestion is to recheck all the connections
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