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Re: PROTECT FLASHING
The protect circuit is doing it's job....probably the amplifier
output stage is shorted.....have a technician check it..make
sure any / all bad connects are soldered when chassis is out
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This can be an indication of protect mode. See the link below for an explanation of protect. If you have any additional questions or wich to attempt a repair yourself, please update this and I'll provide additional information.
Protect is the amp's way of saying it is protecting itself from trying to deliver more current than it can. First step is to disconnect the speakers. Have no input signal present (volume all the way down) so it is not trying to put out power. If the protect indicator still comes on, the amp has an internal short or problem and needs professional help. If the indicator does not come on, then you have an issue in your wiring or the speakers. Reconnect one at a time or get new cables and try again. Good luck.
This is usually an indication of "protect mode" which means that a problem was detected in the output section and the unit is shutdown to prevent further damage. If you can update this with the model number, I should be able to provide additional details.
es posible que un canal se ha dañado por lo que primero daño el fusible con la sobrecarga y posteriormente se daño el canal. es necesario se revisen las polarizaciones de los transistores para determinar el canal dañado,es seguro que el daño se encuentra en uno de los frontales.
there is a similar problem to yours on here. also, does it take a minute to go into protect or does it happen almost immediately? i'd unplug all your speakers from the back of the receiver and turn it on, if it still goes into protect it sounds like an internal problem which has been addressed. look at this for internal problems; http://www.fixya.com/support/t245043-teac_stereo_receiver_model_agv8520
There is a problem with one or both of the audio amp circuits. The amp is going into a protect mode as to protect and save your speakers. Sorry but there is no simple fix. this will need to go to the shop to be diagnoised. Good Luck