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Divinci DV 208

My reciever is stuck on protect and wont stop how do i fix this problem

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I have a problem with my divinci dv-208 the protect button just started coming on and wont go away!

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Re: divinci DV 208

The audio amplifier IC are damaged you need to replacement.

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