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Reciever message and interruption

I am getting a stop in function, (CD, TV/DVD amplification, etc.( and a flashing message on the readout screen saying "protect". I have tried unplugging to reset and checked the manual. Neither worked. Any suggestions?

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Re: reciever message and interruption

I just encountered the same problem and when i discovered this posting, i thought i found the solution. when i saw that no one responded, i started poking around my equipment and discovered that one of my speaker wires was loose. i reconnected the wire and it seems to have fixed the problem. you have probably already figured out your problem, but i thought i would just share my solution anyway. Merry Christmas!

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