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Technics (SU)-CH700 Power Amp plays for several hours without problem. Suddenly it shuts down all the units, CD player (SL), Cassette deck (RS) and Sound Processor (SH). In the (SU) Amp display there is a flashing E, and underscores in the time display.

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SOURCE: Manuals For Technics

The manuals for these are on paper not electronic files. Is there are particular problem you are trying to solve?

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