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Shuts down after 30 seconds

I have the pioneer VSXD307 bmodel reciever and now when you turn it on, after a few seconds it flashes POWEROFF repeatedly for a few more seconds then turns off...I can't get it to stay on at all, anyone have any idea what could be the issue?

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Maybe the audio amplifier IC are burned

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