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Reciever wont go on

I get "Protect" Display on my reciever

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  • onky Feb 10, 2008

    My receiver keeps going to "protect" and eventually shots off. What is the problem? Can it be fixed?

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You may have a blown fuse(s). I had the same thing and I replaced two blown fuses and OK now.

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

Your are running out of power !!

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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