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Every time I turn on my system it reads " Protect Push Power" and when I do that, it just go's back to that same thimg every time. So if someone out there can help me please email me the way to get it out of that setting.

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  • MABEL CUMMINGS Jan 23, 2007

    Thank you for your help, and can I get it fix at any stero store.

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    I can't find the operating manual for my Sony LBT D560 Stereo. I would like to record a CD and I don't know how.



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Thanks for the obvious answer but what is the solution??

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Sounds like your protection circuit has been activated, which usually means that you have some blown output transistors. Good luck.

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