Question about Sony MHC-GS300AV CD Shelf System
I have a 100 watt 60 cd changer.I get"protect push power." I m ready to dump it the garbage. Is the part inexpensive and can i do it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Power protect tends to mean the main power amp chip has "blown" and needs to be replaced. It only costs about 20 dollars (10GBP). If you are handy with a soldering iron it is easy to do (after you get the thing to bits !) It is the big black thing on the big heatsink inside. The Sony part number is STK442 - 130. Seems a waste to throw the whole thing away for the sake of 10 pounds !. Hope this helps. Nik Howell (email@example.com)
Posted on Jun 16, 2007
SOURCE: protect push power
hi, everytime i switch on my sony hi fi it the display screen says protect push power. It won't let me do anything not even put cd's in. If you could help that would be very much appreciated.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
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