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For model vsx-523-k with HDMI light flashing.... PLUG THE UNIT IN AND WITH THE HDMI LIGHT FLASHING "PRESS THE POWER AND THE AVANCED SURROUND BUTTON SIMULTANEOUSLY. .. AND HOLD FOR 5 SECONDS this clear the error. .
Protector means there is a short circuit somewhere in either the speakers, the wiring or inside the unit itself....you can try disconnecting all the speakers and then turning on the unit...if the protector goes away, then you have a bad speaker or bad wiring to the speakers....if the problem stays, then there is a faulty circuit in the receiver itself and will need to be serviced
check speaker connections.sounds like the system is trying to stop some thing more serious happening by shutting itself down.a pain yes but saves blowing something up.if no luck,then definately send in for repair
Disconnect all speakers at the receiver and power it back on. If it stays on, check all speaker wires and speakers for shorts (touching wires). If it cuts out, it needs to be serviced.
If protect is coming up on the display, it means the system is detecting a short somewhere on one of the speakers and so is turning the amp off to avoid damage. Check all the connections at the back of the amp to ensure they are not shorting, and at the back of each speaker, if nothing is found there, check each wire for damage (like squashed or rodent damage).
hi i also have JVC with same problem. but today i noticed that when i take off the AUX input signal to it .then it works ok for long but when i put AUX input with very high volume then it display PROTECT display.
On 5.1 receivers, some inputs can be switched to Digital/Optical/Coaxial instead of Analog (RCA cables) - look for an Input Mode button.
If this doesn't help, turn the unit off, then power it on. If you don't hear a click 3 to 7 seconds after turning it on, it may be in Protect mode, and simply be a coincedence that it failed after installing the new cables. This can be caused by several things, most of which require in-shop service.