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you need to change your power box there is a bad connection with the wires. its over heating you might whant to buy another at game stop or take it in to get fixed. the more you messed with it it might mess up your whole system.
Most acoustic/electric pre-amp's red light comes on when the battery is low & ready to die. The red light flashes when you put the jack in because the battery light takes a fraction of a second to proccess. If the red light flashes off & on when you push on the pre-amp, it is probably because you are causing the battery connector to short or disconnect giving the pre-amp low voltage so the red light comnes on.
I have a tx 1000 with pretty much the same problem. Short answer is : if you are still under warrenty demand that hp replace the entire unit (basically they put together a lousy design, it doesn't allow for adequate ventilation and consequently the motherboard cooks itself and other components attached to it. swapping out parts will only briefly "fix" the problem. the simplest cheep fix is to get a usb wifi adapter and connect with that (untell eventually the machine will cease to boot, lights will come on fans will run but nothing else will happen) and you like me will not only be the proud owner of a really cool looking paperweight but also will never consider buying anything from HP again.
Check the lamp door switch. This switch is really cheaply made. The switch is not available. short rhe wires to fix the problem. then never change the lamp witout unplugging the ac power in the future.
The set is going into shut down mode for avariety of reasons. Some of the more common problems are vertical o/p ic bad connection or failure, poor solder connection usually in the power or hv section or possibly comb filter circuit breakdown causing 12V line to short. This set incorporate 7 or more shut down circuits and any one of them could be triggering - more trouble shooting is required
unplug input raca's one at a time. turn off, then on. repeat until all you have is the 12Volt wire, the remote wire and the ground wire connected. if you get it to work after you unplug one of the rca's then you have a short. if not then remove all speakers connected, again one at a time until you don't have anything connected. this way you can find out which component is shorted. if you unplugged all rca's and speaker out wires and unit still stays on protect mode, check fuses. if ok, then your amp may have shorted out.