After over 5 years with no malfunction or damage, I can't play my hifi system now because after I turn on the power on the word ''Protect'' appears in the led display and nothings can't function, all of the system.
Please why suddenly this message appears? I didn't do anything wrong with my hifi system.
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I have one here at my shop that does the same thing almost. I found a gear broken in the mechanism system. The flashing LEDs tells you that the system control IC can not get the transport where it is suppose to go. The Gear C as described in the manual was the problem in the deck here. The head base was in the up position in this unit and thus would not eject. My E mail is email@example.com. Due to the amount of dis-assembly to get to the transport control section this might be a job for a technician.
Yes, the belts need to be check and idlers or whatever drive mechanism that is used in that system. Dual deck units are among the most unreliable units there are and a reason I tell people for the last 30 years not to buy those things. Almost most of the time they are not worth fixing due to their poor performance at the end. These are facts not just opinion.
It's not seeing the takeup reel turning. Either the takeup reel isn't turning or the takeup reel sensor has malfunctioned. Check the belt to the takeup reel by doing a fast forward. Will it fast forward? and is the takeup reel spinning during playback?
Karla, Equipment and water especially SALT water (AND SALT AIR) don't mix very well. The constant high moisture environment affects all the connections (the wires) the rca connectors (where one thing plugs into another, AND the switches. The wires may LOOK good but the connections may not be. When you say "all seems to be in good condition" tell me specifically how you checked them. Sometimes they LOOK good, but ar not making connection. While your stereo is ON, get in there and wiggle everything and see it the speakers come back on.
My first guess is your amplifier/reciever. Does it have speaker switches? If it does, move them up and down or click them many times to see if you can work the corrosion a little. This may help.
I'll try and help, let me know some of the stuff I've asked fo above.