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Amplifier protected LED on. what to do

I powered on the system and connected computer to play music. When I played sound it remains for few seconds and power LED off and PROTECTED light is on. I removed power cable for an hour and powered on it again. But still protected light is on. What to do?

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Take it to the repair shop. Something is blown.

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