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Shuts on and off

I have a avr40 , I When turning reciever on it will shut back off , I looked at the fuses they don't appear to be blown , I have disconnected all speakers and unit will still tiurn on and then back off, any assistance would be great ,

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It's going into safe mode check resistors after power supply at least two have gone but when you find them replace all four

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