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Jamo is turning off itself when run in AUX1 input. it turns off after few minutes. but other inputs like DVD works fine

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I think we're on about the same model here. I found that holding down the "Source" button whilst switching on the power at the mains would temperorly solve this issue. However, it would be nice to switch it on normally.

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