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Shuts out after 10 minutes

I decided to umplug everything from the amp. I then pluged the amp to the wall to get power. I let the amp on for 10 minutes and it kept on turning off by itself
it would repower back u again when I pressed the power button. Any solutions?

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Re: shuts out after 10 minutes

Please repeat your setting first- and then connect your speaker one by one until you find the bad one(after every connection you must test)-when you find the bad one change its cable first then change speaker itself.-if all above failed you must contact service center near you.

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