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How can i solve a fault with sony STR-DE595 which displays protect?

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Protect mode is entered as a result of overload or component failure. Cold solder joints may be a factor as well.

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SOURCE: playing ipod on sony str-de595 receiver

You need a 3.5mm mini jack coupler lead with phono plugs on end plug one end into your headphone output on ipod and phonos into your amp lead must be stereo

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SOURCE: PROTECT DISPLAYED ON RECEIVER

This generally means you've got a short somewhere, and the received is trying to protect itself.

My suggestion is to disconnect all of your speakers at both ends, and reconnect them.

Most times this happens because a speaker wire is lose, and the positive and negative connections are touching each other, causing it to short out.

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first check for any loose speaker wire in the back as this will cause the unit to go into protect mode if the bare speaker wire is touching, if thats not the case then there is a problem with the unit internaly and would be hard to tell whats wrong with it without looking at it.

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Turntables have a very low output level. Receivers with a phono input have a op-amp to boost the signal level.

What you can do: Check the turn table it may have a line level switch under the rubber mat, otherwise you can get a phono amp ($20-$40) to boost the signal. and input it to any unused input on the receiver.

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Turntables have a very low output level. Receivers with a phono input have a op-amp to boost the signal level.

What you can do: Check the turn table it may have a line level switch under the rubber mat, otherwise you can get a phono amp ($20-$40) to boost the signal. and input it to any unused input on the receiver.

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