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System keeps sayin protect

Recently while I was playing a CD, my system cut out and the word PROTECT was displayed on the digtal panel, the CD won't play and there is no sound coming out from the speakers. However, the tape deck plays but again there is no sound. I have tried most things suggested, but everytime I turn the system on the word PROTECT appears and won't allow any of the functions on the system to work. Can this be fixed?

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  • binish Dec 24, 2007

    my system also showing "proteted" i unplugg my speakers from the system,but still showing in the display panel saying the system is proteted,please help me what to do now

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2007

    my shit keep saying protect what do i do cause im really mad

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The word PROTECT appears because there is a short. It can be in your speakers, try running it without the speakers plugged, or look if the wires arent shorting. If it stil ldoes that, its cause there is a short in it, from the output section. The system does that to prevent from damaging the electronic components inside.

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