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Try a universal remote which has been set up to work with your audio system.
Or, read the manual and find out how to access the bass controls on the front panel. I know nobody likes reading manuals, but sometimes they tell you what you need to know - you just might have to dig in and find it.
this is a common problem with this unit the main thing is a low grade capcitor that the manufacturers used which is known to discharge all of its power at once which it recieves a high signal output and tells the unit to shut down the solution is very technical but basiclly you gave to install a higher amp capacitor.