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Philips soundbar keeps turning off

I connected my new soundbar using the AUX red and white cable, then switched the soundbar to the AUX settings. The soundbar then turns it's self back to power mode causing the sound to shut off. I switch it back, but it keeps returning to power mode every 20 mins.

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