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Can't do anything - LCD screen says "PROTECT"

Within 60 seconds of turning on my stereo system, the LCD screen pops up with "PROTECT" and everything shuts off. This happens when I try to listen to the radio, play a CD or use the auxillary cord for my iPod. Any suggestions?

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It may be that there is a problem with a fuse inside the stereo. It may say protect because the fuse has broken a connection that allows it to turn on. If the protect goe sup it is trying to help save the stereo from cooking its self, and give you a chance to get it fixed. If that is not the problem then it may be easier to just buy a new one, because a fix may be expensive if you don't have any warranties.

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