Question about Teac AG-V8060 Receiver
TEAC AG-V8500 audio/video surround receiver flashes "protect" and won't play CD's or stereo at all.
The protect message indicates that a problem was detected in the last stage of the amplifier and that it has shutdown to prevent further damage. Usually this indicates that the output transistors have failed. Any shop that works on audio should be able to repair this. Expect a part cost in the $20-$40 range. Add in the local labor rate for the total repair cost.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
I bought mine from Goodwill, when I plugged it in at the store it worked fine. I didn't get this problem until I had a power surge. I thought that may have been the reason it showed up at goodwill. I unplugged it and set it aside and used my spare. After a few days I thought I would trouble shoot it. I plugged it back in and it started working again. I have had this happen twice now over a 2 year period. Just leave unplugged for a while and try it again. It's &*^!@$% Magic!
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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