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Audio system turns off

I turn on my home theather system and then it turns right off like after 5 secs of being on it lights up and everything but it just wont stay on

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Wires are touching somewhere (speaker wires)... Usually, the wires neg. and positive wires running to one speaker are touching... The receiver automatically detects this and emergently powers off...

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Disconnect dvd player from it and see what happens if it stays on then a setting in your dvd causing problem otherwise something in your reciever is causing the overload switch to trip

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