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Auto shut down of unit

Hi, Please help if you can.

my dvr - s200 dvd player shuts down frequently when the volume is 80 or over.I would be gratefull of any assistance offered

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Andrew Porter

andrewjamesporter@btinternet.com

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hello,

If this is happening all the time maybe you should think about the fact that it is not able to operate at this level all the time. I never turn mine up above 60 because the people at Yamaha told me this was the safe volume level. Try that.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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The audio amps may be overheating and shutting down. a lot of electronic devices don't receive heat sink compound when being assembled and the heat doesn't transfer as it should. Try cooling the unit either in a plastic bag in the refrigerator or placing it in a cool airstream directed at the rear of the unit. If it's in a stack of other electronic devices, place something between the units to allow air to circulate. I hot-melt glue tinkertoy wheels to the bottom of the units myself to separate them.

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