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In most cases this involves the audio output transistors or ic's in the receiver, the auto protector is sensing a short in the load. But lets do a couple of checks, turn down volume all the way, power off, remove all speaker wires from the back, now turn receiver on to see if protect comes back, if no! check wiring for any shorts and connect speakers one at a time leaving the volume down, if you find one that triggers the problem you have found the culprit, on the other hand if protection is triggered with all loads removed this would be a good time to get a technician to assess the situation.
Still Problem, Turn Off system and Check the Speaker Code
RESET the system .
Remove all the connections, leave it for 24hours and then connect it up again
Unplug Power Code
Plug it back again
Press Stop , Enter and Power button at Same time
Press Power Button to Turn on it
For more Here is the Guide for your Product Click here Still have Problem The protective device on the amplifier has been activated because of short circuit. (“PROTECT” and “PUSH POWER” flash alternately.) Turn off the unit, eliminate the short-circuit problem and turn on the power again. Hope you Got a Conclusion..Thanks for Contacting FixYa...
Don't buy a stereo that prints up 'PROTECT MODE' and then does not tell you how to cure it. This is a good way of getting people to buy a new one only live and learn do not buy the same manufacturer again. I have a nice just out of warrenty JVC that when I switch it on sits there grinning at me with 'PROTECT MODE' showing. Yes I have entered cash protect mode and decided I am not going to buy another JVC.
The protect message indicates that a problem has been detected in the final output stage of the amplifier. The most common failure parts are the output transistors. Plan on a parts cost between $15-$40. Add in the local labor rate for the total repair cost.
Most likely he has a couple of the connectors crossed. It is going in protect mode to keep it from damaging the internal electronics. Open it back up and double check all connections. then let me know.