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POWER OFF FLASHES THEN TURNS OFF

RECENTLY I HAD TO REPLACE THE FUSE ON THE RECIEVER AND AFTER THAT IT START SAYING POWER OFF IN THE DISPLAY AND SHUTS OFF BY IT SELF IS IT WORTH FIXING

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SOURCE: after turning on my reciever

check your speaker connection. if that doesn't work check your fuse to make sure it's good.

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