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Turns off immeaditally after turning on

Mine the display and everything work just fine but when i turn the system on it automatically turns its self back off within 5-10 seconds.. i had left the system off for several weeks and i no not understand why it keeps turning off... this happends with or without the remote.

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  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    The same thing is happening to mine. It done this last fall and wouldn't stay on to play. About 2 weeks ago I walked by and hit the power button and it came on!! It played for a couple of days and now it is shutting down again. It won't stay on for more than 5 seconds.

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These units are designed in such away they are very suseptible to power surges, Brownouts. And a lot of times they just stop working through no fault of the user. A transisors or capacitor fails and the unit just does not work properly and goes out. The issue is generally the unit is priced so if you took it to a repair shop it would cost between $50 to $100 Dollars to repair. If they can get the parts to repair it or if it can even be repaired cost effectively.

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