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Power on then off

I have a problem with the yamaha htr590 turning on then back off in 2 seconds. i have took all speaker wires and other conections off and it still shuts off. i can hold the pure direct button and press the power button and it will stay on but only in direct mode no other options as for sound fields. i can press straight and the > button and then power and it will go into a test mode on the display.shows a (prtct hist last ps2 102) a(protection ps- lo 0076). also other info that i don't know what about. thanks in advance for any help or instructions.

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Take it back sounds like a dud. sorry for the bad news. protection mode is a safety thing to help save the unit from further problems

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