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Kdc mp535u overheats

I just bought this thing and about 15 minutes into listening to it the heatsink gets really hot, the volume without actually turning it down, infact i can turn it up, but the volume gets lower and lower eventually gets staticky then turns off. the radio stays on and is fully functional volume knob and all, and if i turn on my A/C it will cool off for a minute ill get music then back to nothing. No error msg, or protect. its hooked up correctly (same as my last 2 stereo's)what could cause it?

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Handy?  Did you find a  solution? if so please tell me, mine doing same...evets57@comcast.net..thanks

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